NEW YORK, Oct 31 (Reuters) - After hovering above unchanged for most of the day, COMEX gold prices ratcheted up at the close on Thursday, as both the dollar and equities lost their footing in anticipation of a weak U.S. employment report on Friday, gold traders said. On Thursday, several disappointing reports on the U.S. economy added ammunition to arguments for a Federal Reserve interest rate trimming when the policy-making arm meets next week. And, more disappointment is expected when ...
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