*Yuan, more important for euro than dollar, could weaken. LONDON, Dec 28- While investors are betting the euro will fall against the dollar next year, hopes that the European economy will therefore get a boost could be premature: it may not depreciate at all against currencies of other major trading partners. As speculation grows that the European Central Bank will...» Read More
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