Early COMEX gold sluggish after Iraq war begins


NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was soft but up from its low early Thursday, with traders awaiting cues from global markets after U.S. President George W. Bush launched the opening salvo of war in Iraq. "The dollar is down a little bit, so I think we're getting a little bit of a pop (from that) in gold," said a floor broker. "Everything is going to be war-related right now. It's going to be very choppy." Gold fell overnight after U.S. cruise missiles and stealth aircraft bombed ...

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