NEW YORK, May 18 (Reuters) - COMEX gold fell on Tuesday after a Federal Reserve official fanned market speculation that U.S. interest rates would rise soon, giving back safe-haven gains on concerns about global political instability. "You've got a little concern about interest rates here. The market is just not responding well," said James Quinn, commodity commentator at A.G. Edwards. "It's very light volume. I think it's more currency sensitive than anything." June gold finished down ...
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