(Recasts, updates prices, market activity to midafternoon in New York; changes dateline, previously LONDON) By Atul Prakash and Zach Howard LONDON/NEW YORK, July 26 (Reuters) - Gold climbed on Wednesday afternoon as bargain hunters emerged after a dip, joined by other buyers inspired by fluctuations in currency and oil markets, dealers said. Prices were still seen as stuck in a broad range overall, hit by profit-taking at the highs but buoyed by physical buying on dips. Spot gold ...
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