NEW YORK, Sept 3- The euro fell more than 1 percent on Thursday, surrendering most of the gains it made against the dollar following China's devaluation of the yuan last month, after European central bankers cut economic growth targets and left interest rates unchanged. The European Central Bank lowered its forecasts for inflation and economic growth, citing a...» Read More
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