NEW YORK, July 27 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures eased early on Friday after sharp losses from the previous sessions, as jittery investors take cues from other financial markets, which were hit by the latest wave of risk aversion. Platinum futures tumbled 3 percent on heavy sales by funds and commission houses and as stop-loss orders were triggered, catching up with gold and silver's fall on Thursday, traders said. "I think right now everyone's focusing on the S&P, and that will give ...
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