NEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures stalled on slightly firmer ground on Tuesday morning after rising from a six-week low, tracking a rise in the euro, dealers said. April delivery gold on the New York Mercantile Exchange's COMEX division was up 40 cents at $426.40 an ounce, trading from $425.60 and $427.60. "I think we are stalled here in a band between $423 and $428, with the euro the singular focus for the market," Scott Meyers, an analyst at Pioneer Futures, said. ...
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