UPDATE 2-Gold slips in Europe, dollar in the driving seat

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(New story, updates throughout, previous Tokyo) LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) - Gold dipped in Europe on Friday, with currency firmly leading trade as the dollar cam back after the euro's recent searing run to record highs. But the metal remained well supported above $365 an ounce. "Divining the gold market at the moment requires a view of the FX market rather than gold specific issues," John Reade of UBS Warburg said in a daily report. "Gold remains in the hands of the FX market and the ...

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