NEW YORK, Jan 20 (Reuters) - COMEX gold brushed off last week's shakeout Tuesday, jumping 1.4 percent as renewed dollar disinvestment put precious metals traders back in the bullish mood after a three-day weekend. February gold closed up $5.90 at $412.90 an ounce, reversing a $1.70 drop Friday. In off-hours electronic trade it touched $405.80, missing Friday's one-month low by 10 cents, then ran up to $413.40, accelerating when it broke above Friday's high of $411.20, dealers said. The ...
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