NEW YORK, Dec 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold closed higher Thursday after spot gold rose overnight and the U.S. dollar eased, but the safe haven metal remained capped below $350 an ounce in holiday-thinned trade, dealers said. Benchmark February gold on the New York Mercantile Exchange's COMEX division gained $2.10 to $349.40 an ounce, after ranging from $344.80 to $350.60, as it consolidates under last week's near six-year high at $355.70. "You are up because spot gold is up, and locals were ...
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