NEW YORK, Aug 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold closed higher Tuesday, snapping back from morning losses as the dollar sold off despite more good news on the U.S. economy, making gold a better buy for foreign investors investors. "It's a combination -- the dollar starting out firmer then tailing off as day went on and you can state the same thing regarding the equities," said Alaron Trading analyst David Meger, "So it was a little boost from the weakening in the dollar and equities." December ...
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