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PRECIOUS-Gold firms on weak dollar as focus turns to U.S. debate

* Stocks slip on risk aversion and dollar edges lower * Speculators cut long positions in gold for second week * Coming up: first U.S. presidential debate 0100 GMT Tuesday (Updates prices, adds comment) By Jan Harvey LONDON, Sept 26 Gold rose on Monday as a retreat in the dollar helped it build on last week's gains but moves were muted with markets awaiting a U.S. presidential debate for pointers as to the outcome of November's election. The precious metal rose

PRECIOUS-Gold steadies as focus switches to U.S. presidential debate

* Stocks slip on risk aversion, dollar edges lower * Speculators cut long positions in gold for second week * Coming up: first U.S. presidential debate, 0100 GMT Tues (Updates prices) By Jan Harvey LONDON, Sept 26 Gold steadied on Monday as last week's rally ran out of steam, with markets awaiting a U.S. presidential debate later in the day for pointers on the outcome of November's election. The metal ended Friday little changed but was up 2 percent week on week

PRECIOUS-Gold slips on firm dollar; market focuses on U.S. debate outcome

* First U.S. presidential debate will take place at 0100 GMT Tuesday * Speculators cut net-long positions in COMEX gold for second week (Adds comment, updates prices) By Swati Verma BENGALURU, Sept 26 Gold prices edged lower on Monday as the dollar firmed, though the market is focused on the outcome of the U.S. presidential debate later in the day, that could see investors buying more of the metal as a hedge against financial uncertainty. Spot gold slipped 0.1 perce

PRECIOUS-Gold steady as dollar falls vs yen; U.S. politics in focus

Sept 26 Gold prices held steady on Monday as the dollar fell against the yen, with markets shifting their focus towards U.S. politics ahead of a presidential debate. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold had edged up 0.1 percent to $1,338.82 an ounce by 0052 GMT. * U.S. gold futures gained 0.1 percent to $1,343.10 an ounce. * The U.S. presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will take place at 0100 GMT on Tuesday, with investors lookin

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