NEW YORK, July 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures finished a relatively calm session on Thursday with only minor losses, and traders said they thought many gold players had taken time out to assess their positions and watch for cues from other asset markets about where prices were headed. "I think everyone needs a bit of a breather," said one gold bullion dealer. Some analysts said they thought a big reason for the massive gold sales in the last two sessions was the need of some large ...
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