Dollar Plunges as Fed Sees Slower Pace for 2016 Rate IncreasesBy and
Gauge of greenback weakens the lowest level since October
Central bank cites weaker global growth, financial turmoil
The dollar plunged to the lowest in almost five months Wednesday as the Federal Reserve scaled back expectations for the path of interest-rate increases in 2016, after holding its benchmark target steady.
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