Early COMEX gold soft amid market optimism on war


NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was capped early Friday by the progress of the two-day-old war in Iraq, the strength of the dollar and optimism about a speedy end to the rule of President Saddam Hussein. The dollar was up against the yen and euro, while the Dow Jones industrial average opened 71 points higher on confidence that Saddam's government in Baghdad would crumble quickly, as U.S.-led forces raced northward toward Iraq's capital, securing Iraqi oil fields and air strips ...

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