NEW YORK, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Gold futures rose on Wednesday, helped by a weakening dollar in thin markets as London players returned from Christmas holidays for three days of year-end trading before another long weekend. Gold for February delivery on the COMEX metals trading division of the New York Mercantile Exchange ended $3.40 higher at $630.30 an ounce, trading between $632 and $626.50. Estimated volume was a minuscule 8,000 contracts. Turnover in the Chicago Board of Trade's ...
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