NEW YORK, Jan 20 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was on the mend early Tuesday, recovering from last week's pre-holiday shakeout, as investor rotation into the dollar abated and precious metals dealers returned from a three-day weekend in a buying mood. "Some of the people that got out of some stuff last week are getting back in again," said Donald Tierney of Pell Brothers Futures. "We're trying to follow the dollar again, although there didn't seem to be too big of a range over there versus the ...
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