NEW YORK, March 27 (Reuters) - Silver futures in New York rallied to end at a 22-year high on Monday, boosted by fund buying and expectations of stronger long-term demand, pushing other precious metals sharply higher as well, dealers said. Following in silver's wake, palladium scaled a two-year peak, platinum jumped to a six-week high and gold climbed to a three-week peak. Copper hit record highs too as speculators piled back into commodities at the start of the week on positive ...
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