NEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures held near even Monday morning in choppy trade that tracked currency moves, and prices stayed within a recent $405-$415 range in the absence of market-moving news. "The euro is a little sturdier and so's gold, but trading is slow and quiet," one desk broker said. He added that freezing weather in New York and the Lunar New Year holiday in Asia had likely dampened some interest in trading. February gold rose 20 cents to $408.20 an ounce at ...
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