*Dollar touches 124.36 yen, highest level since December 2002. LONDON, May 28- The dollar powered to a 12-1/ 2- year high against the yen on Thursday, as investors bet that U.S. interest rates will rise later this year while monetary policy remains ultra-loose in Japan. The dollar soared to 124.36 yen as a rise in Tokyo stocks also helped to boost risk appetite and hurt...» Read More
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A sudden and brief move lower in the Swiss franc has traders blaming human error.
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