COMEX gold rebounds after bombing, weak data


NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold bounced Tuesday after a weak consumer sentiment report deflated a dollar rally and funds squared shorts as the devastation from a truck bomb at the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad became clear. Gold opened weak on the back of a stronger dollar. There was no knee-jerk safe-haven buying afer the attack in Iraq, which killed the U.N. special envoy Sergio Vieira de Mello and at least 14 others. But the December futures contract settled $3.10 ...

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