NEW YORK, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Gold prices rose to a two-week high on Tuesday as equities tumbled and the U.S. dollar weakened. Gold, a safe-haven investment, rose as investors fled riskier equities in favor of the more tangible precious metal, traders said. Stocks and the dollar slid after October consumer confidence, the worst in nine years and the fifth decline in a row, suggested that the U.S. economy may be in worse shape than previously thought. COMEX December gold ended $2.50 ...
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