NEW YORK, Dec 23 (Reuters) - The risk premium on COMEX gold was increasing again early Monday, inflamed by queasiness about tensions with Iraq and North Korea, with room seen for yet more buying after the run to 5-1/2 year highs in recent sessions. But few wanted to overextend themselves this week as liquidity dries up and traders prepare for the Christmas market holiday on Wednesday and New Year's Day the following week. COMEX metals trade will close early on Tuesday and will reopen ...
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