NEW YORK, April 23 (Reuters) - COMEX gold circled the unchanged level early Wednesday, recouping slight overnight losses after the dollar edged off its high against the euro while traders also looked to the stock market for signals. COMEX June gold opened lower, moved 80 cents into the black and at 1015 EST was back off 50 cents at $335.50. It traded from $333.10 to $335.60. "It's probably just a little bit of continuation of dollar strength and, on balance, better-than-expected ...
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