NEW YORK, March 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose to its highest price in more than 10 weeks on Friday, retaining its shine even after the dollar recovered morning losses on the euro, as markets remained nervous over global tensions. "Gold divorced from the euro, clearly. We saw tremendous buying out of technical funds," said Robert Gottlieb, head of bullion dealing at HSBC. "Geopolitical issues are paramount." Silver hit fresh multiyear peaks as commodity traders muscled the thinly traded ...
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