NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - COMEX gold hit a two-month high then erased opening gains early Monday, while financial market jitters about the U.S. military build-up near Iraq were seen keeping safe-haven metal underpinned. COMEX December gold hit $326 an ounce in overnight ACCESS trade, its highest since July 23. It was last up 30 cents at $323.50, closer to the day's low of $322.60. A floor broker reported decent support for December gold around $323.60 and at $322.80. "There was ...
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