NEW YORK, Jan 15 (Reuters) - COMEX gold's retreat accelerated Thursday morning, breaching important chart support, with a rebounding dollar the main excuse for profit-taking on gold's recent rally to 15-year highs. Gold was down 2.2 percent, a far steeper drop than the euro suffered. The yellow metal pulled less-liquid silver down 2.4 percent, as the stronger greenback reduced the incentive to buy precious metals. At 10:09 a.m. EST (1509 GMT), February gold was down $9.10 at $412.80 an ...
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