NEW YORK, March 26 (Reuters) - Range-bound COMEX gold was firm early Wednesday, with the focus split between buying gold as war insurance and waiting for April options on futures to expire at the end of the day, dealers said "It's options expiration today," said a floor broker. "That's being overshadowed by the war, so I don't see anything much happening there." Dealers reported choppy two-way business, with trade buying supporting the market right after the Commerce Department reported ...
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