NEW YORK, May 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was slightly lower in sluggish early trade on Monday, pausing after Friday's break to a two-week high as investors slipped back into the dollar in expectation of higher U.S. yields this summer. Dealers said markets could trade off U.S. data, including preliminary first-quarter gross domestic product due Thursday. There is also the potential for movement before COMEX options expire on Tuesday and over-the-counter options run out of time on ...
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