LONDON, Oct 9- Commodity and growth-linked currencies like the Australian dollar rose on Friday, and were set to end the week on a high note on the back of a risk rally that saw the safe-haven yen come under pressure. That lifted some of the gloom that enveloped riskier asset classes like stocks and commodities in August and early-September when worries about a...» Read More
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