NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - COMEX gold rose more than 1 percent to an 11-day high early Monday, still viewed as a safe alternative investment in a time of hand wringing over the progress of the war in Iraq. "It just seems to be off the currencies basically," said a COMEX floor broker. "I don't know what the public was looking for in this war, whether they thought it would have been over already. No wars are cake walks." Delivery notices started for April gold on Monday, leaving June ...
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