Early COMEX gold rebounds as OTC options expire


NEW YORK, Oct 29 (Reuters) - COMEX gold churned back into the black in options-linked trade early Wednesday, getting help from a softer dollar while mulling the implications of the Federal Reserve's continued easy stand on interest rates. The market was beset by last-minute position adjustments in London, where dealers had to declare their intention to take delivery against over-the-counter options by 0930 EST/1430 GMT. "We've got options expiration today so it's bouncing around. There ...

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