*Euro also pulls back after reaching $1.16. LONDON, May 4- The yen and the euro both retreated from long-term highs against the dollar on Wednesday as markets looked to sentiment surveys in Europe and a series of U.S. jobs releases due by the end of the week for fresh direction. There was talk in the market of the euro reaching levels beyond those assumed by the... » Read More
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