Oil futures ended the week sharply lower as traders booked profits amid indications of a possible uptick in OPEC output.  ICE June Brent settled $2.20 lower at $72.15/b and NYMEX June WTI was down $1.91 at $63.30/b at market close. “Spoke to Saudi Arabia and others about increasing oil flow. All are in agreement,” US President Donald Trump tweeted Friday afternoon. While the tweet came moments after the end of Friday’s session, oil futures declines extended in after-market electronic trading. The tweet came on the heels of earlier comments from Trump calling on OPEC to lower prices earlier Friday. “The gasoline prices are coming down. I called up OPEC. I said, ‘You got to bring them down. You got to bring them down.’ And gasoline is coming down. We’re doing great,” Trump told reporters […]