NEW YORK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold went from bid to flat early Tuesday, retracing overseas safe-haven gains after the European Central Bank reported a chunky 30-tonne bullion sale last week by one of its national central banks. "That's what gave the price back from where we were last night," said a floor broker. Overnight April gold rose to a 13-day high of $360.60 an ounce on market jitters about the U.S. push for a war to disarm Iraq and a provocative missile test by North Korea ...
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