NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold yielded some ground Tuesday as investors moved cautiously back into beaten-down U.S. equities, with no stomach to fully relinquish the protection of the safe-haven metal. August gold dove below $320 an ounce on morning profit-taking and stop-loss selling as the Dow Jones industrial average moved up more than 130 points and the dollar improved from the 28-month low hit against the euro on Wednesday. But the U.S. assets failed to hold all their ...
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