COMEX gold at 2-mth high after Hamas assassination

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NEW YORK, March 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose to its highest price in more than two months Monday in a broad flight to quality after Israel killed the leader of the militant group Hamas and global markets worried about the backlash. David Rinehimer, head of commodity research at Citigroup Global Markets, said escalation of terrorism concerns and the weak dollar were increasing the demand for safe-haven assets like gold, U.S. government bonds and Swiss francs. "The focus now will be on ...

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