Dollar Gains Most in 10 Months Versus Euro on Demand for SafetyJoseph Ciolli
The dollar climbed the most since September against the euro as investors sought refuge after U.S. job growth fell short of forecasts and the European Central Bank said the region’s economy still faces risks.
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