(Recasts, adds new analyst comment, updates prices) LONDON, May 27 (Reuters) - Gold held firm ground in Europe on Tuesday after a long holiday weekend, moving broadly in line with the euro -- which scored record peaks against the dollar -- although analysts said the metal could still be vulnerable to a move lower. Dollar weakness has driven the gold price sharply higher over the past couple of months, boosting it by some $55 since early April to within $15 of February's 6-1/2 year peak ...
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