NEW YORK, Sept 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose Friday morning as bulls kept piling in and hopes mounted for a renewal of the Washington Agreement curbing central bank sales at this weekend's International Monetary Fund Meeting in Dubai. At 0929 EDT, December gold was up $2.20 at $379.90 an ounce, helped up from the lows of a $380.60-$376.20 range as a bounce in the euro increased the bullion buying power of European investors. Spot bullion was quoted at $379.55/0.25, up from $376.35/7.05 ...
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