NEW YORK, Oct 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rebounded from a two-month low early Friday as shorts covered on the back of surprisingly weak U.S. economic data and the bearish signals they sent to Wall Street. "We're going right off the Dow Jones from yesterday. We opened higher and we're kind of just floating around right now," a floor broker said. September orders for durable goods fell 5.9 percent, a bigger drop than the 1.8 percent expected on Wall Street. The market is nervous about a ...
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