NEW YORK, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Gold futures succumbed on Friday to quarter-end squaring, lower oil prices and a pullback in silver, in seesaw trading that just missed retesting recent bull-market highs. The benchmark December gold contract at the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange settled $3.50 lower at $472.30 an ounce, having touched $477.80 and $471.10. At its high, gold was in easy trading distance from last week's near 18-year peak at $479 an ounce. "It's month end, ...
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