NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold Wednesday morning recouped some of its sizable losses from a day earlier, but then slipped from early highs as the dollar regained some ground against the euro and yen. Traders said they expect gold to remain propped up in a slim range as financial and commodity markets await the Federal Reserve's widely anticipated rate-cut decision later today. "We're sitting here on rate watch. So this will be a sideways day," one gold trader said. August ...
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