Oversold COMEX gold up with euro in early trade


NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - COMEX gold firmed Friday morning, helped by a slight gain in the euro against the dollar while traders said the metal had corrected too far, too fast, in its tumble to seven-month lows this week. The greenback fell on data showing weaker-than-expected U.S. personal spending in March. Month-end position squaring was also a supportive factor for gold on Friday, dealers said. "Should the Chinese news which really affected all the industrial metals, really ...

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