NEW YORK, April 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose to a one-week high near $400 an ounce Monday, stretching a recovery from a seven-week low as a strengthening euro made precious metals more of a bargain to non-U.S. investors. Gold and silver trading was subdued. Platinum posted the largest gain of the group after bungee-jumping to a 12-week low Monday. "On the gold side, you don't have to look too much further than the dollar again," said Bernard Hunter, a director at bullion dealer ...
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