NEW YORK, Aug 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was lower early Tuesday, checked by surprisingly robust U.S. durable goods figures which bolstered financial market hopes that the economy was not stumbling into a double-dip recession. At 0912 EDT, December gold was off $1 at $310 an ounce after looking firmer overnight. The range was $312.70-$309.60. Spot gold was at $308.70/9.20 off from Monday's close at $309.45/95 and London's early bullion fix was at $309.40. "The expectations for the stock ...
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