NEW YORK, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Gold futures rose to a 10-week high on Monday after a U.S. holiday break, bolstered by higher crude prices and a dollar that has fallen sharply from last week. Traders said they expected gold to continue to move in a narrow range, as investors await Federal Reserve Chairman's comments about the economic outlook on Tuesday and the U.S. gross domestic product data on Wednesday. December gold at the COMEX climbed early Monday, up $11.00 at $640.00 an ounce at ...
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