Gold ends higher on COMEX, steadied by euro surge


NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Gold steadied on Monday, as the euro rebounded to a 13-week high against the dollar and bulls stepped back in to buy gold cheaper after Friday's retreat from seven-year highs. "It looks like the funds," said Ian MacDonald, head of bullion trading at Commerzbank. "The weakness of the U.S. dollar has helped gold a bit here, and I'm sure funds will wish to see it a little higher for month-end closing. It's quarter end, too." COMEX December gold rose $1.40 to ...

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