NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures eased in lackluster trade on Monday morning as a weaker euro triggered sell signals in the precious metals, dealers said. By 10:24 a.m. EDT, June delivery gold was down $1.30 at $434.30 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange's COMEX division, moving from $436.60 to $434. "The market is down because the euro is down. Gold traders tend to keep an eye on the European currencies," said a broker at a futures commission merchant. "Morgan ...
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