NEW YORK, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Gold futures steamrolled to a near six-year high over $350 an ounce Thursday before the United States ended days of trader nail-biting saying Iraq is in "material breach" of a U.N. arms resolution. The metal was already off its peaks when U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Negroponte used the term that could be used to justify war, citing omissions in Iraq's 12,000 page arms declaration and saying Baghdad had spurned its last opportunity to comply with ...
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