NEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended higher Friday, reversing losses, as traders covered shorts after Thursday's selling and neutralized risk before the weekend and a bank holiday in London on Monday. December gold closed $2.50 higher at $364.30 an ounce, ending a volatile week near where it left off last Friday at $364.70. "Everything in between is cocktail conversation," quipped a bullion dealer at a large commercial bank. The contract traded from $359.30 to $365.30 after ...
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