NEW YORK, Nov 3 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was fractionally firmer early Monday, capped by a firm dollar after failing to make new highs last week and in need of more government data to confirm economic recovery and dispel lingering skepticism. At 09:21 EST, December gold was 50 cents firmer at $385.10 an ounce, trading from $385.70 to $383.30. The market looked to the midmorning release of the Institute of Supply Management's October manufacturing conditions index, which came out better ...
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