NEW YORK, April 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold flirted with $400 an ounce for the first time in a week Tuesday morning, buoyed by a firmer euro and bargain hunting in precious metals by non-U.S. investors. Gold and silver stretched recoveries from last week's seven- and 11-week lows, respectively, while bungee-like platinum bounced from Monday's 12-week low. "Markets are just choppy and moving sideways for the next couple of days it looks like," said a floor broker. COMEX June gold was 30 ...
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