NEW YORK, Dec 22 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose slightly Monday on the back of a weak dollar and anxiety about possible attacks on the United States, bucking the year-end profit-taking that dulled the shine of platinum and silver. Platinum plunged back below $800 an ounce, swinging in a $36 range as thin trading conditions exacerbated volatility. Gold rose as the dollar fell to a new low against the euro Monday. Safe-haven buying picked up after the U.S. government on Sunday raised the ...
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