NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold turned higher after the open Friday as Wall Street caught another case of the jitters after recovering over the past two sessions from multiyear lows. "The stock market is down a little bit," explained a gold and silver broker on the floor. "(Gold) was just overdone yesterday. The funds are still long and I guess they don't want to really flush them out yet." December gold at 0932 EDT was up 50 cents at $322.20 an ounce, steadying from its early ...
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