(Updates with New York closing prices) By Atul Prakash and Zach Howard LONDON/NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - Gold equaled a 25-year peak on Friday before profit taking capped trading in precious metals, while silver slid off a new 22-year high and platinum briefly hit a record on heavy buying by funds and investors. Analysts said the metals were vulnerable to liquidation at the end of a strong quarter, but there was no sign of any immediate major sell-off and prices might set new peaks ...
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