COMEX gold futures end at 3-mth low of $304.50

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NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures edged to fresh three-month lows at Monday's close, extending last week's decline nearer to $300 an ounce, as U.S. equities and the dollar rose sharply, dealers and analysts said. Most-active December futures at the New York Mercantile Exchange slipped 70 cents to settle at $304.50 an ounce, after ranging from $303.50 to $305.60. Spot bullion > last traded at $302.60/3.10, off from Friday's New York close at $303.50/4.00 and London's ...

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