NEW YORK, Jan 28 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures moved off peak six-year highs, pressured by a firmer dollar as the threat of war in Iraq no longer seemed imminent. But traders said losses were limited as they awaited clues from President George W. Bush's annual speech to indicate the U.S.'s next move on Iraq. President Bush will deliver his annual State of the Union address Tuesday at 2100 EST/0200 GMT. And while analysts said the speech is expected to focus mainly on U.S. domestic issues ...
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