NEW YORK, Nov 18 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures surged Tuesday morning on a wave of fund buying after Monday's retreat from $400 an ounce resistance, and traders said dealings should remain volatile as players plot their next move. NYMEX platinum shot back toward 23-year and contract highs at $776 an ounce set Thursday as a mixed report by refiner Johnson Matthey failed to lessen investor appetite for the metal, according to analysts. December gold was below Monday's 7-1/2-year peak at ...
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