NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures edged lower Monday morning after Friday's free-fall to three-month lows as U.S. equities opened higher and the dollar extended the its gains, traders said. Most-active December futures at the New York Mercantile Exchange were down 40 cents at $304.70 an ounce, in an early range of $305.60 to $303.50. Spot gold > traded at $302.90/3.40 an ounce. Monday's morning fix in London was $303.05, its lowest since April 23. U.S. stocks traded ...
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