NEW YORK, Sept 30 (Reuters) - A slumping dollar brought overseas investors marching back into gold early Tuesday, after a one-day retreat from last week's 7-year highs restored confidence in the market. The greenback fell to its lowest in almost 3 years against the yen and a 3-month low on the euro Tuesday, making bullion more affordable overseas and raising its profile as an alternative currency amid uncertainty about the U.S. economic recovery and company profits. "It's definitely euro ...
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