NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - COMEX gold jumped to a two-month high then faltered Monday, ending up slightly on financial market jitters about U.S. plans to use full military force, if necessary, to dismantle Iraq's weapons programs. Precious metals seem poised for a new bullish phase, sustained by the weak dollar and Wall Street worries about growth, earnings and global instability, dealers said. "There was good two-way business today. Options expirations might have something to do with ...
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