NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures flirted with a near three-month peak early Monday on spillover strength from gold's gains in Asia and Europe as the U.S. dollar dropped to fresh multi-year lows against key currencies, traders said. June gold rose $3.10 to $358 an ounce at 9:18 a.m. (1318 GMT), after opening sharply higher and trading in a range from $356.80 to $360.50 -- it highest since February 25. Spot gold fetched $357.60/8.30 an ounce, versus Friday's late New York ...
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