U.S. gold ends higher, debt fears renew haven bid

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NEW YORK, Dec 21 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures regained lost ground late on Tuesday, as worries over further downgrades to some European countries' embattled debt boosted the precious metal's desirability as a safe-haven asset, though pre-holiday conditions kept prices in a tight range. * For the latest detailed report, click on [GOL/]. GOLD * COMEX February gold futures closed $2.70 higher, a small 0.19 percent gain, to $1,388.80 an ounce on the COMEX division of the NYMEX. * ...

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