NEW YORK/ LONDON, Nov 28- Gold fell over 2 percent on Friday, extending a three-day slide to a two-week low, and silver dropped the most since September 2013 on free-falling oil prices and a strong dollar. Spot gold was down 1.9 percent at $1,168.56 an ounce by 1:28 p.m. EDT, after hitting a low of $1,165.04. U.S. gold futures for December delivery closed down $21.40 an...» Read More
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