COMEX silver retreats from 6-year high, mimics copper

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NEW YORK, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Silver closed lower on Wednesday after rising above $6.80 for the first time in six years on the back of a weak dollar and strong economic growth, while gold stayed underwater for most of the session. Gold stalled well below the 15-year high it hit in January, even as the euro set a new record against the troubled dollar overnight. But silver has seen out-sized moves this year, benefiting doubly from runaway rallies in base metals. "We're back into that phase ...

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