NY gold settles lower as French EU vote looms

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NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures eased Thursday as the euro fell amid worries the French would reject the European Union constitution and after an upward revision to first-quarter U.S. growth estimates lifted the dollar. Silver prices firmed after industry sources said late Wednesday that Barclays Global Investors plans to file for registration seeking regulatory approval for a silver exchange-traded fund (ETF) within two months. June delivery gold on the New York ...

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