The dollar slipped on Tuesday after as traders bought back the euro, long depressed by expectations of policy easing from the ECB.» Read More
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The euro dropped to a six-week low against the dollar and a three-week trough against the yen Thursday in the wake of data showing a struggling euro zone economy.
Downbeat economic reports, hints of a possible early end to dollar-denting Fed policies, and unease about the Italian election are creating a perfect storm for the euro.