NY gold battles back to end up but off 2-week high


NEW YORK, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Gold futures in New York rose but finished below a prior two-week high on Thursday, as late speculative buying helped offset producer selling during the morning in whippy, year-end trade. Other precious metals -- silver, platinum and palladium -- ended down after easing with weaker gold early in the session. Although general bullishness on gold for 2006 continued to prop up prices, dealers said that stiff resistance up at $520 an ounce was capping the ...

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