NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Bargain hunters and a weakened dollar drove gold futures slightly higher early on Wednesday, after they fell in the two previous sessions, and the precious metal was seen set to retest levels above $690 an ounce, traders said. At 9:23 a.m. EDT (1323 GMT), most-active gold for June delivery on the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange was up $1.70 at $689.40 an ounce, trading from $685.80 to $690. James Quinn, commodity commentator at A.G. ...
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