LONDON, May 22- The dollar edged lower on Friday but remained on course for its first week of gains against the euro and a basket of major currencies since the start of April ahead of inflation numbers later in the day. Dealers said there might be little appetite for another big move ahead of UK and US public holidays on Monday. The yen was up around a quarter of a...» Read More
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