NEW YORK, Nov 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended a tad lower Tuesday on reports showing U.S. economic recovery is solidly entrenched after gyrating on either side of breakeven as December positions were rolled a day before delivery period starts. With first notice day Friday, February gold became the active contract, closing off 30 cents at $392.40 an ounce, trading in a $394.40-$390.50 range. Spot gold was priced at $390.85/1.55, off from the close at $391.10/85. London's afternoon fix was ...
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