NEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold took a breather from a volatile week early Friday, capped by profit-taking and its connection with a tumbling euro but free of heavy selling pressure before London traders head home for a long weekend. UK markets will be closed for a bank holiday on Monday, but the rest of Europe will trade normally. At 0922 EDT, December gold was off 10 cents at $361.70 an ounce, trading from $363.70 to $359.30. Spot gold was quoted at $360.20/90, versus ...
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