NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Gold futures topped $475 an ounce early Thursday as commercial players and funds continued to run the precious metal toward last week's watershed highs against a backdrop of sky-high energy prices. "It looks like some trade started buying in here," said a floor broker. "I think it must have been some physical buying because they all came in at once. There is some light fund buying, but not as much as we've seen earlier." December gold at the COMEX division ...
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