NEW YORK, April 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rallied to its highest prices in almost three weeks Tuesday, piggy backing off a surging euro and building on Monday's upmove in New York. "Yesterday was all technical. Today, the euro is definitely giving it a goose," said a floor broker. "We started the day off with some good dealer buying and it's holding the market up." At 0932 EDT, COMEX June gold was up $2.60 at $336.50 an ounce, trading $332.40 to $336.80, its highest since April 2. On ...
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