NY gold off almost 14-yr highs early at end-2003


NEW YORK, Dec 31 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures eased from a new almost 14-year peak on Wednesday morning in dollar-oriented trading before a four-day New Year holiday, while silver slid from 5-1/2 year highs above $6 an ounce on profit-taking, traders said. A battered greenback was just above Wednesday's all-time lows against the euro after steady declines, leaving gold futures and bullion prices well-supported in light trade. "There is some upward pressure with the euro reaching yet ...

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