(Updates prices to midafternoon in New York) By Clare Black LONDON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Gold firmed on Wednesday as bargain hunters resurfaced the day after speculative selling dropped the precious metal to its lowest level in five weeks. Dealers expected gold to keep dancing to the tune of the dollar and oil, with further dollar weakness likely to lift the precious metal. By midafternoon in New York, spot gold was up at $617.20/618.70 an ounce from $612.00/613.50 an ounce late on ...
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