COMEX gold prices consolidate gains in tight range


NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold prices teetered either side of unchanged as they continued to consolidate their recent gains, but with fewer players willing to take the risk at the higher levels, the trading band narrowed on Wednesday, gold traders said. "There's nothing happening. It's very, very slow. I think we're consolidating after the move from the reaction to the G7 statement," said one COMEX floor broker. COMEX December gold futures were even at $387.00 an ounce, in a ...

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