NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Precious metals futures closed with sharp gains on Tuesday as bullish investors rebuilt part of their positions after a huge correction since last week, though most prices held below recent multiyear highs. Increased volatility in gold and silver markets, coming after respective spikes to 25- and 23-year peaks, was creating some whopping daily price moves, but the market's long-term upward trend remained intact, analysts and traders said. Benchmark May ...
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