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Falling commodity prices give US$ the edge

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The struggling US dollar edged up from a 5 1/2-month low on Monday, helped by a fall in oil and copper prices that weakened commodity-related currencies and gave the US currency a foothold after its worst week in two months.

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THE struggling US dollar edged up from a 5 1/2-month low on Monday, helped by a fall in oil and copper prices that weakened commodity-related currencies and gave the US currency a foothold after its worst week in two months.

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