NEW YORK, July 30 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures rebounded to finish higher on Monday, after a volatile week when the market sold off heavily on risk aversion, as investors looked for new impetus during the usually slower summer months. Platinum futures also steadied after Friday's 3-percent drop on speculative sales and after news that Nissan developed a catalyst for cars that halved the use of precious metal components to clean tail-pipe emissions. [ID:nT304145] Most-active gold for ...
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