NEW YORK, May 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was softer early Thursday as dealers looked to cash in on its rally before a U.S. holiday weekend, but the metal looked secure around $370 an ounce with the dollar on the ropes and terror fears acute. New York financial markets will be closed Monday for Memorial Day, and the NYMEX will wrap up COMEX metals trade around midday on Friday. June gold at 0939 EDT was down $1.60 at $370.60 an ounce, trading $373.00 to $369.10. On Wednesday it rose to ...
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