NEW YORK, March 17 (Reuters) - Gold futures tumbled Thursday morning, slipping below this week's range of $440 to $445 an ounce, as the dollar rebounded against the euro. The greenback's recovery against the euro hit metals across the board, with players positioning before an expected hike in U.S. interest rates next week, analysts said. Platinum fell from a contract high set overnight on talk of tighter availability of South African metal. Gold for April delivery at the COMEX division ...
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