NEW YORK, June 30 (Reuters) - A tick up in the euro steadied COMEX gold above 7-week lows Monday, but there was scant incentive to trade as books were closed for the quarter and markets anticipated the July 4 holiday at week's end. "There is a little short-covering. It's a little thin, so anything is possible," said a floor broker. August gold ended up 80 cents at $346.30 an ounce, trading from $344.50 to $348.10 after touching its lowest since May 8 at $343.30 on Friday. Estimated ...
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