NEW YORK, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Trade buying lifted COMEX gold Wednesday morning, even as upbeat U.S. economic data continued spilling out, with traders loathe to keep selling before a holiday weekend with the dollar still on the ropes. Taking its cues from a weaker greenback, gold bucked reports showing October durable goods orders rose 8.1 percent, the biggest monthly jump since July 2002, while a drop in weekly unemployment claims to their lowest in almost 2 years nailed the lid down on ...
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