NEW YORK, June 27 (Reuters) - Gold succumbed to profit taking Thursday, as investors lightened safe-haven holdings and brushed the dust off after Wednesday's Wall Street-rattling WorldCom bombshell, dealers said. Stronger-than-expected data on first-quarter economic growth helped calm nervousness that another Enron-like corporate accounting scandal could undermine confidence in U.S. business and derail the fragile economic recovery. "The equities rallied, so that obviously inhibited the ...
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