NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - COMEX gold steadied early Monday as a rebound in the dollar stalled and traders licked their wounds after Friday's $14 shakeout from last week's 7-year highs. "Intermediate term, it seems like there might be enough spec interest on the long side to try and take the market higher and maybe try $400. I just can't see that as a long-term sustainable price," said James Pogoda, a vice president of precious metals at Mitsubishi International Corp. COMEX December ...
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