NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rallied to its highest level in 13 weeks early Tuesday as stocks tanked and global jitters about another Gulf War dominated trade going into a Federal Reserve debate on how to help the struggling economy. Fed policy makers sat down Tuesday morning with the Nasdaq index at 6-year lows and the Dow Jones industrial average down again on fretting about a "double dip" recession and remarks by British Prime Minister Tony Blair that Iraq could launch ...
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