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Euro near 3-Month Low after Soft Data, Dollar looks to Fed’s Minutes


The euro staggered near a three-month low against the dollar on Wednesday after disappointing German data raised doubts about the strength of the economic recovery, while the dollar awaited the Federal Reserve’s minutes from its last policy meeting. The single currency changed hands at $1.1820 , having touched a three-month low of $1.1806 on Tuesday. Against the yen, it fell to 130.81 yen , edging near its two-month low of 130.05 set on June 21. Investor sentiment in Germany, the euro zone’s biggest economy, fell sharply in July, though it remained at a very high level, the ZEW economic research…

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