NEW YORK, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Gold rallied nearly 2 percent on Monday to close above $640, its highest level in 10 weeks, buoyed by pent-up demand after a U.S. holiday weekend as crude oil prices strengthened and the dollar fell sharply from last week. Sources said they expected gold prices to follow the dollar's lead and to move in a narrow range, as investors await Federal Reserve Chairman's comments about the economic outlook on Tuesday and the U.S. gross domestic product data on ...
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