NEW YORK, Dec 28 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures ended higher for a fourth straight session on Thursday as a weak dollar, Iran worries and geopolitical tension in the Middle East renewed interest from funds, with only one more trading day remaining for the year. Gold for February delivery on the COMEX metals trading division of the New York Mercantile Exchange settled up $6.60 at $636.90 an ounce, last seen on Dec. 8. It traded between $629.20 and $638.20. "You're getting some fresh ...
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