NEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was down early Thursday, and silver hit a new six-month low, under pressure as investors looked to rotate into an improving stock market even as summer thinness tested conviction on direction. Dealers said trading this week has been very thin and choppy with many players away on vacation. Adjustments before a UK market holiday on Monday exacerbated the choppiness, they said. December gold at 0921 EDT was off $1.90 at $307.40 an ounce, trading ...
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