NEW YORK, July 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures fell to their lowest level in three months as gold players bailed out of their holdings in droves on Friday, bringing a tumultuous week to a bearish close. Gold weakened as U.S. stock markets clung to positive territory for most of the session and the U.S. dollar reclaimed its dominant position against the yen and euro. In the steepest weekly sell-off in 2-3/4 years, spot gold ruptured one support level after another. On Friday, a series ...
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