LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Gold hit a record $1,226.10 an ounce last Thursday, as prices were boosted by speculation more central banks will diversify their foreign exchange reserves into bullion, and by weakness in the dollar. They have since pulled back to just above $1,140 an ounce as the dollar strengthened in response to better than expected U.S. economic data, but have steadied after their initial drop. Silver, platinum and palladium and the minor precious metals rhodium and ...
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