NEW YORK, Feb 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold fell to a 14-week low Thursday then bounced to end slightly lower as the euro steadied above a one-month low, amid nervousness about central bank intervention to halt its rise. Dealers said a sharp end-of-day recovery in volatile silver also helped gold trim losses. "It's up and down, up and down in big volume and getting skittish as end of month comes through," said a bullion trader at a commercial bank. "There's a lot of hot money in these ...
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