NEW YORK, Sept 18 (Reuters) - COMEX gold surged toward recent highs on Thursday, but faltered above the $380 level as the dollar bounced against the euro and traders waited to see if a new gold sales pact would emerge from a meeting of central bank and finance officials this weekend. December gold closed up 40 cents at $377.70 an ounce, backing off from the high of $381.00 as the sturdier dollar made gold more costly overseas. It touched a low of $376.20. Spot bullion rose to ...
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