Early COMEX gold continues climb on dollar decline


NEW YORK, June 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was clawing back toward $330 an ounce and its 2002 highs early Monday, sustained by the continued dollar sell-off and the hunt by investors for hard assets immune to the extreme nervousness on Wall Street. The euro was plowing toward parity ($1.00) with the greenback, keeping August gold focused on its $331.50 high from June 4 as European investors found they could buy more dollar-denominated precious metals for a fixed amount of local currency. ...

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