NEW YORK, Aug 25 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures climbed on Friday in more subdued trading, bolstered by a $1 jump in oil prices due to tropical storm worries near the U.S. Gulf. A steady U.S. dollar and light, late summer volumes capped interest in many commodites markets, however, and gold ultimately stayed within its recent range, analysts said. "You don't want to be caught short in gold because now you have -- on top of the geopolitical problems, Iran and everything else -- Ernesto ...
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