NEW YORK, Oct 28 (Reuters) - COMEX gold reeled in more of last week's gains early Tuesday, easing as the dollar continued recovering against the euro and floor traders jockeyed positions before November options expire at the close. At 0920 EDT (1420 GMT), December gold was $3 lower at $385.20 an ounce, after touching $388.70 and $384.00. "They may try to pin it around this $385 level," said Kevin Grady, vice president at Refco LLC. "The big open interest is going to be the December ...
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