Dollar Falls Most in One Month as China Damps U.S. Rate OutlookBy
Gauge of greenback snaps gains amid global stock selloff
Traders reduce expectations for Fed rate rise by April
The dollar slumped the most in one month as upheaval in China’s stock and currency markets weighed on the outlook for higher interest rates in the U.S.
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