NEW YORK, Dec 23 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures settled moderately lower on Thursday, ahead of the long Christmas weekend, hurt by the firming dollar after a slew of positive U.S. economic data reinforced the view that the pace of growth increased in the fourth quarter, analysts said. NOTE: COMEX and NYMEX floor trade ended an hour early on Thursday and will be closed Friday for the Christmas holiday. CME Globex and CME ClearPort are unaffected and will run on a normal schedule on ...
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