(Updates to afternoon in New York) By Martin Hayes LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - Gold eased but held in a fairly tight range on Wednesday, as a two-day U.S. Federal Reserve meeting started that will offer signals on the course of interest rates and determine the metal's direction. "Generally we are ranging fairly comfortably after what happened yesterday," a trader said. Gold hit a two-week high of $595.60 an ounce on Tuesday before reversing course and ending lower as players squared ...
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