NEW YORK, Sept 25 (Reuters) - COMEX gold fell Wednesday as U.S. stock prices bounced from multiyear lows, with gold bulls taking a breather a day after bullion nearly stretched its 2002 safe-haven rally to three-year highs. The Dow Jones industrial average was up more than 2 percent in afternoon trade, retracing Tuesday's plunge to a four-year low. The Nasdaq rebounded 3.2 percent from its lowest since 1996. December gold fell $3.60 to settle at $323.60 an ounce. It traded from $328 to ...
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