COMEX gold climbs over $420/oz amid global tension


NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - COMEX gold on Tuesday recovered from morning losses and rose to its highest price since trading near 15-year peaks in January, as investors continued buying bullion to insulate portfolios from worldwide tensions. It was the seventh consecutive up-day for gold. A rise in the euro brought speculative funds back as gold buyers after the opening lull, even as dealers said gold seemed to be decoupling from the dollar as safe havens returned to favor. "What's ...

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