Early COMEX gold swings lower on dlr, Fed uncertainty

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NEW YORK, June 20 (Reuters) - COMEX gold turned down early Friday, stuck in a volatile trading pattern linked to the dollar's tossing and turning about the size of an expected U.S. interest rate cut next week. The dollar seesawed against the euro this week as the market cogitated on the Federal Reserve's next move. The Federal Open Market Committee hold's a 2-day meeting next week, amid recent comments from policy makers that the prospect of deflation, falling prices and contracting ...

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