(Refiles to add dropped words in paragraph 4) NEW YORK, April 23 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures finished slightly lower on Monday as a recovering dollar prompted investors to lock in profits after last week's rally, but rising oil kept prices from falling further The platinum group metals also ended down after a report showed that speculative long positions were building up, and that indicated the precious metals were at risk of liquidation. Most-active gold for June delivery on the ...
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