NEW YORK, June 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended easier Monday, erasing safe-haven gains after the stock market found its footing and the dollar moved up from new multiyear lows. Before bouncing, Blue chips hit their lowest since early November, during the aftermath of Sept 11. Investors diversified into hard assets like gold to protect wealth from the weak greenback, poor earnings, corporate accounting jitters and a questionable economic recovery. August gold settled off 40 cents at ...
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