NEW YORK, Feb 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold firmed in quiet trade early Wednesday, taking a breather after the previous seesaw session while jitters about a war in Iraq kept the safe-haven metal underpinned. "It's just kind of steady so far," said James Pogoda, vice president of precious metals at Mitsubishi International Corp. "We're just waiting for the next headline." April gold at 0928 EST was up $1 at $353.40 an ounce, with light fund buying seen through a large broker on the floor. It ...
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