NEW YORK, Dec 30 (Reuters) - COMEX gold eased in mixed year-end trade early Monday, but speculators still viewed the yellow metal as the safest bet with the United States locked in nerve-racking standoffs with Iraq and North Korea. Trade was thin and two-way, with players getting their last chance to re-jig positions before an early close on Tuesday and the New Year holiday Wednesday. "There's been a lot of illiquidity that's driving the market back and forth," said a floor broker. "The ...
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