NEW YORK, Jan 23 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures climbed on investment fund buying on Monday as a weaker dollar, high oil prices and a host of economic and geopolitical worries attracted more cash to the rallying precious metal. The market was expected to strive for fresh 25-year highs soon, after scaling its latest peak on Friday, analysts said, although some profit taking was capping gains for now. Gold for February delivery ended $4.70 higher, or up 0.85 percent, at $558.70 an ounce at ...
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