(Updates with New York closing prices) By Atul Prakash LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Gold rebounded on Monday after slipping more than 3 percent from Friday's 25-year high, with geopolitical concerns, high oil prices and a weak dollar encouraging funds to buy more, dealers said. The market was expected to remain volatile as price spikes prompted some investors to book profits while new buyers were seen coming in to build fresh positions. "Given the way the market has been trading over ...
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