Oil erased an earlier gain to trade little changed as wider markets were pressured by risks to global growth. Futures in New York were down 0.6% after earlier climbing towards $80 a barrel. The dollar jumped and equity markets fell as investors weighed the outlook for economic growth before a key U.S. employment report, hampering crude prices. The American Petroleum Institute also reported a rise in U.S. crude stockpiles ahead of government inventory figures later. Saudi Aramco, which says the gas crunch is already boosting oil demand, cut prices for all its crudes destined for Asia. At least four Asian buyers will request full supply of November-loading cargoes, according to people at refineries who asked not to be identified due to the sensitivity of the negotiations. The nominations are due on Wednesday. Oil had closed at the highest since 2014 on Tuesday as surging natural gas prices spurred greater […]