NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures bounced on Thursday morning, largely in a knee-jerk reaction to a weaker dollar after U.S. data showed the economy grew a bit slower than forecast during the first quarter, dealers said. The rebound followed a 5.6 percent drop in gold on Wednesday on investment-fund selling and profit-taking in commodities after a recent rally in the sector to long-term highs. But gold traders sounded a note of caution as the market remained in a period of ...
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