LONDON, July 27- Gold steadied near $1,320 an ounce on Wednesday as traders awaited the outcome of a two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting later, which will be closely watched for any clues on the scale and pace of interest rate hikes this year. Spot gold was at $1,320.12 an ounce at 0930 GMT, little changed from $1,319.84 late on Tuesday. U.S. gold futures for August... » Read More
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