NEW YORK:– Oil prices pulled back a tick late Friday from 2016 peaks, capping a fourth straight week of gains as the market pushed higher supported in part by a weaker dollar. Traders seemed bent on looking past the global supply glut and media reports of higher OPEC production in favor of optimism that eventually the market will find a balance that would stabilize prices, which have slid from mid-2014 peaks above $100 a barrel.US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) slipped 11 cents to $45.92 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.–AFP