NEW YORK, Nov 19 (Reuters) - After days of trying, COMEX gold poked above $400 an ounce early Wednesday. But it slipped back before open-outcry trade opened, leaving players hoping for another dollar fall to log their first $400 trade. December gold rose to $400.70 in Asia, its highest since March 1996, as the euro surged to a lifetime high against the dollar, making gold more affordable in Europe. Profit-taking kicked in overnight and dealers said some gold companies were quick to hedge ...
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