NEW YORK, March 28 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was up on safe-haven buying early Friday, pivoting off a drop in the dollar, after a New York bridge was closed to search for a rumored suspicious package, dealers said. The euro hit its highest against the dollar since the start of the Iraq war, making gold more affordable to European investors, after police closed the Williamsburg Bridge connecting Manhattan with Brooklyn and arrested three men seen climbing it. Gold then came off its highs ...
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