(Updates prices to midafternoon, changes dateline, previous LONDON) By Zach Howard NEW YORK, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Gold bullion rose in late trade on Tuesday, boosted by U.S. dollar weakness and higher New York gold futures, as a flurry of speculative and technical buying lifted prices above chart resistance at $560 an ounce. Other precious metals markets also advanced on gold's coattails, with platinum rising 1.25 percent from its last close. Spot gold gained to $561.30/562.20 an ounce ...
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