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US$ falls for second week as central banks spur risk appetite

New York

THE dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Friday, bolstered by an increased appetite for riskier assets following unexpected action from the European and Chinese central banks.

Despite Friday's gains, the dollar index still moved lower for the second straight week

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