(Adds London closing prices para 3, New York futures para 4) By Clare Black LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Spot platinum scaled fresh 17-year peaks above $650 an ounce in Europe on Thursday, boosted by a surging gold price amid fears of war in Iraq and by the possibility of output cuts in major producing nations. Platinum, used mainly in pollution control systems for cars and in jewellery, earlier firmed in Tokyo trading although profit-taking shaved gains before the white metal found a ...
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