LONDON, May 26- An early surge in the yen in Asia on Thursday put a dampener on any further progress for the dollar after a bullish two weeks and spurred speculation U.S. investors are opposing any gains past 110.50 yen. Two dealers with banks in London, asking not to be named, said the yen now seemed to be pinned between around 107 and 110.50 yen per dollar, with the top... » Read More
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