NEW YORK, May 24 (Reuters) - Precious metals gave back nearly all of the steep gains won in the previous session on Wednesday as speculators followed the sharp drop in London, a decline in oil prices and profit-taking across commodity markets, traders said. But dollar weakness, reports of a possible human-to-human bird flu transmission in Indonesia and a meeting of world leaders to discuss Iran's nuclear program provided an underpinning, albeit at sharply lower levels. Gold for June ...
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