NEW YORK, Feb 17 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures edged higher Thursday morning, mostly fading the dollar's small moves, as players waited to hear a second day of congressional testimony by U.S. Federal Reserve Chief Alan Greenspan. Gold for April delivery was up $1.30 at $428.20 an ounce by 10:27 a.m. EST (1527 GMT) on the New York Mercantile Exchange's COMEX division, dealing within a range of $425.50 to $428.80. Dealers said the influence was from the greenback, which was near a two-week ...
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