NEW YORK, March 27 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was supported by a weak dollar and fears of a messy and expensive war in Iraq but early business was stymied as traders waited for London over-the-counter options to expire. April gold at 0934 EST was up $2 at $332.10 an ounce, trading off its high at $333.50 to $330.10. Spot gold fetched $331.75/2.50, up from $330.00/75 late Wednesday. London dealers fixed the morning spot reference price at $333.15 an ounce. Spot prices were tethered to $330 an ...
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