COMEX gold sags in quiet early trade, ignores data

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NEW YORK, Dec 23 (Reuters) - COMEX gold eased Tuesday morning but was cushioned above $410 an ounce as a safe alternative investment while the dollar held near its lows against the euro and fears of attacks by al Qaeda kept traders on edge. Activity was subdued in a holiday-shortened week. The exchange will close early on Christmas Eve Wednesday, and will not reopen after Christmas until Monday. Gold traders shrugged off revised data confirming the U.S. economy expanded at a breakneck ...

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