Crude futures dropped in Asian trading on Friday after the release of a report showing that U.S. economic growth had slowed sharply, reinforcing concerns about sluggish demand in a world awash with oil. U.S. economic growth braked sharply in the third quarter as businesses cut back on restocking warehouses to work off an inventory glut, data showed. Both of the main crude benchmarks are on track to post their first weekly gains in three weeks, but with oil still being added to inventories, prices are likely to be rangebound in the coming weeks, traders and analysts said. U.S. crude was down 17 cents at $45.89 a barrel at 0407 GMT, after rising 12 cents in the previous session. The benchmark is on track to post a gain of 2.9 percent this week. Brent crude fell 9 cents […]