NEW YORK, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Two deadly bombings in Istanbul and a White House evacuation scare lifted COMEX gold back toward the $400 an ounce level Thursday morning before the metal pulled back. Dealers were nervous after Wednesday's shakeout and said safe-haven buying of the precious metal hinged on geopolitical jitters continuing to erode confidence in the dollar. The attacks in Turkey's largest city killed at least 25 and wrecked the British consulate and the HSBC Bank headquarters ...
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