NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold opened weaker Friday, then seesawed on mixed U.S. economic data, with precious metals traders seeing support at $390 an ounce at risk if the dollar continued to recover from last week's lows. "Has there been a sea change in the dollar's prospects, now that we've improved this much? It's hard to make that case," James Pogoda, a vice president of precious metals at Mitsubishi International Corp., said, adding that gold was moving almost tick for tick ...
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