NEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - COMEX silver fell to a six-month low then rebounded on short-covering to close higher Thursday, but sympathy buying in gold was restrained as investors kept diverting money back into stocks. Trading this week in precious metals has been choppy, with many players away on vacation. Adjustments before a UK market holiday on Monday exacerbated the swings, dealers said. September silver closed up 4.5 cents at $4.465 an ounce. It topped at $4.49, recovering from an ...
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