NEW YORK, Dec 26 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures firmed Thursday morning on a weakened U.S. dollar, but prices held to a tight range in a holiday-thinned market, dealers said. As tensions over the threat of U.S. confrontation with Iraq and North Korea simmer in the background, trade in the safe-haven metal was quiet, due to Christmas holiday closures until Friday in European, Hong Kong and Australian markets. "You probably have a little support from the lower dollar, but there are a bunch ...
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