NEW YORK, Oct 31 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended slightly firmer Friday -- an anticlimactic wrap to a volatile week of failed rallies, as precious metals and currency markets processed evidence that the U.S. economy turned the corner. December gold settled up 20 cents at $384.60 an ounce, shaking off a late recovery in the dollar that halted an another attempt to reach new highs. Morning fund buying lifted the contract to $389.80 before the trade sold it down to $382.20 after the rally ...
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