NEW YORK, Nov 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold and silver were comatose in early trade Friday, with switching the only feature and no news to inspire trade before the weekend and the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday next week. "Next week is a short week and I don't think anybody is going to want to go home short in either of the markets," said a floor broker. December gold at 0929 EST was unchanged at $317.60 an ounce, idling between $317.50-$318.50. Spot bullion was indicated at $317.65/8.15, off ...
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