(changes dateline, recasts with closing COMEX, bullion prices) NEW YORK, Nov 21 (Reuters) - COMEX gold ended in a standstill on Thursday, trapped by final position adjustments before options on COMEX futures and on London spot bullion rolled off the books in an unusual dual expiration day. December gold ended unchanged at $317.60 an ounce, trading in a wafer-thin $317.20-$318.70 range. Spot bullion was last quoted in New York at $317.45/95, off fractionally from $317.55/8.05 at ...
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