Ranging COMEX gold off early, eyes India, dollar, oil

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NEW YORK, Aug 21 (Reuters) - COMEX gold was lower early Wednesday, gyrating in a summer range with Indian demand supportive and investors keeping bullion close to hand while considering the inflationary implications of surging oil prices. Gold continued to be yanked around by the volatile currency markets, waiting for participants to stroll back from summer vacations and seemingly stuck between the August low near $300 and the top around $320. "Although oil prices have rallied sharply of ...

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