NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures climbed on Wednesday on currency-based positioning due to a weaker dollar, while traders also were busy wrapping up contract rollover before month-end, dealers said. Even though there seemed to be a blip higher in gold after news of a mine workers strike in top-producer South Africa, the euro's rise toward $1.30 after a recent slide against the U.S. currency provided most of gold's pull to higher ground. Newly most-active June delivery ...
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