NEW YORK, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Gold futures in New York bounced from a five-day low on Tuesday morning, as buyers jumped in on the dip toward $445 an ounce and the dollar lacked momentum after a double dose of U.S. economic data. In the other precious metals, platinum fell to a near three-week low below $900 on more fund selling after a wage deal last week at South Africa's Impala Platinum. Industrial metal silver got back above $7.00 an ounce with help from strong copper prices, traders ...
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