NEW YORK, Jan 24 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures rose Friday morning as a tarnished U.S. dollar, falling blue-chip stocks and Iraq war worries kept the safe-haven metal propped near its previous six-year highs, dealers said. Platinum prices eased slightly in New York but still held near Thursday's 16-year peak on jitters over disruptions to output from South Africa and Russia. February gold on the New York Mercantile Exchange's COMEX division jumped $1.60 at 1002 EST to $366.70 an ounce, ...
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