NEW YORK, Aug 21 (Reuters) - COMEX gold pulled back early Thursday, but seemed comfortable holding above $360 an ounce despite the euro's overnight skid below $1.10 for the first time in about 4 months. "It seems to be attempting to hold on to its own, with the euro looking like it's ready to break down," said a bullion trader. "The linkage is getting looser, which is probably a positive for gold down the line." December gold at 0919 EDT was off $1.90 at $365.10 an ounce. It traded from ...
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