NEW YORK, July 30 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures rose on Tuesday as traders were relieved that Monday's dip to fresh three-month lows lacked the weight of more fund selling after last week's rout, while U.S. equities and the dollar eased, trading sources said. Benchmark December futures at the New York Mercantile Exchange gained $2.50 to $307 an ounce at 1008 EDT, moving between $303.50 to $307.50. Spot bullion > fetched $304.80/5.30, above the previous New York close of $302.60/3.10 ...
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