NEW YORK, Aug 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold and silver were supported in quiet early trade Monday, with no liquidity from London because of a UK summer bank holiday and trader loathe to commit before the coming U.S. Labor Day holiday weekend. "We're pretty quiet here. You've got a holiday in London," said a COMEX silver broker. December gold at 0910 EDT was up 50 cents at $308.80 an ounce, wandering between $309 and $307.70. Spot gold fetched $307.40/90, up from Friday's close at ...
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