NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose to an 18-day high early Tuesday, as investors swapped out of the dollar and and record high crude oil prices bolstered the case for an inflation hedge. The active June gold contract topped at $390 an ounce, its highest since May 7, as the euro cleared $1.21, which made gold cheaper to holders of the European currency. "If you get a bounce-back in the dollar, dead cat or otherwise, you'll probably get a little pull-back in gold and silver," ...
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