NEW YORK, Nov 20 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended lower Thursday after knee-jerk buying in the wake of devastating bomb attacks in Istanbul fizzled before prices could climb back to $400 an ounce. An evacuation of the White House briefly added to gold's safe-haven luster in the morning but proved to be a false alarm. So after another failed rally, further gains seemed to depend on geopolitical instability continuing to erode confidence in the dollar, dealers said. December gold ended down ...
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