(Updates to midafternoon in New York) By Atul Prakash and Zach Howard LONDON/NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - Gold recouped earlier losses to regain $650 an ounce in light pre-holiday trading Friday on the evacuation at the U.S. Capitol in Washington after a report of gunfire. Dealers said safe-haven buying by funds boosted the metal just before a midday close in New York and in front of a three-day holiday weekend. "It was all fund action in a news-driven day," said Leonard Kaplan, ...
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