NEW YORK, June 23 (Reuters) - Gold futures in New York climbed to a three-day high Thursday morning on trade and speculative buying, despite a stronger dollar that would ordinarily make commodities less attractive to investors. "I think it's spec buying coming in. It's interesting that it has decided to break away from the dollar again," said Tom Boustead, an analyst at Refco in New York. "The other metals look a little weak right now and we might be getting some rotation into gold," he ...
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