NEW YORK, Feb 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose early Monday as the euro ticked up and dealers waited for Iraq's response to a demand from the United Nations to destroy dozens of banned missiles that would test Baghdad's willingness to disarm to avoid war. "The overall trend is to believe the dollar will remain weaker," said a floor broker. "The euro is starting to work its way back up now and gold is following." COMEX April gold at 1012 EST was up $3.80 at $355.50 an ounce, trading ...
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