NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - U.S. gold futures ended up 1.5 percent on Tuesday, setting a seven-session high as simmering tensions on the Korean peninsula and increasing worries over a European debt crisis prompted investors to buy both the metal and the U.S. dollar as safe havens. * For the latest detailed report, click on [GOL/]. GOLD * COMEX December gold futures settled up $19.80 or 1.5 percent at $1,377.60 an ounce on the COMEX division of the NYMEX. * Ranged between $1,355.60 ...
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