NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - Gold wavered Thursday morning, as the euro fell amid worries the French would reject the European Union constitution and the dollar got mild support from an upward revision to first-quarter U.S. growth estimates. The euro was under pressure overnight from an opinion poll before Sunday's national referendum showing French voters 54 percent against accepting the new EU document. The shaky currency undermined the gold buying power of euro-based investors. But ...
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