NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was pressured by a stronger dollar early Tuesday, but was otherwise insulated by August doldrums from robust U.S. economic data and an explosion that rocked the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad. "We're down at the tail end of the summer," said a floor broker. "For most people that have any time left, as far as taking time off, it's going to be done over the next couple of weeks. So you might not see much unless you get some sort of driving ...
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