NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - U.S. gold prices sank for a third session to touch a nine-day low on Thursday morning, as speculative and dealer selling accelerated amid technical weakness and a rising U.S. dollar, trading sources said. Silver pared losses to hold near unchanged, propped up by investors who switched into the market out of gold and by news this week of a first silver-backed security moving closer to final U.S. regulatory approval. [ID:nN21216480] Stop-loss selling has ...
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