NEW YORK, July 28 (Reuters) - Gold futures in New York settled higher and near a one-month peak Thursday, as funds stashed more money in the market after a drop in the dollar made the metal a more attractive investment, dealers said. At the New York Mercantile Exchange, COMEX benchmark December gold rose $2.70 to $433.30 an ounce -- the strongest finish for an active futures contract since July 1 -- after dealing from $430.30 to $434.70. Investment funds and brokers sought out gold in ...
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