NEW YORK, Sept 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold surged on Friday amid dollar weakness and anticipation of a renewal of the Washington Agreement curbing central bank sales at this weekend's International Monetary Fund Meeting in Dubai. Minutes after New York metals trade wrapped up for the weekend, a Group of Seven official helped lay to rest weeks of speculation, saying G7 central bankers will begin talks on a new 5-year gold deal on Saturday, adding that the new agreement could raise the limits ...
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