NEW YORK, March 28 (Reuters) - Gold climbed from an early six-week low to finish higher Monday as the market uncovered fresh interest at cheaper prices even as the dollar rallied further after the holiday break, dealers said. But trading was subdued after Friday's closure of U.S. financial markets for Good Friday, because many overseas centers were also closed Monday in observance of Easter. Gold prices initially were unmoved by tsunami warnings after an earthquake of magnitude 8.7 ...
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