NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold steadied above seven-week lows early Monday, with help from a weaker dollar, but platinum continued its dizzying decline in defiance of a good outlook for usage from the auto and jewelry sectors. Gold and silver mimicked the euro's strong bounce in Europe from a five-month low set overnight, as investors switched out of the greenback. "The euro traded down to the $1.1760 area during Tokyo time, so it didn't feel too strong for gold," said a ...
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