COMEX gold bounces from lows, weak U.S. data helps

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NEW YORK, Oct 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold recovered further in light trade Friday, emboldened by weak U.S. economic data before Wall Street shook off the negative news and took some of the steam out of gold's rally. "It was a little jobby with the equity market," a bullion trader said, using market lingo for light two-way trade. "There's very little to report." December gold settled $2.70 firmer at $313.90 an ounce, trading from $311.70 to $314.80. Gold was already recovering from its fall ...

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