Dollar index falls to one-month low
LONDON, June 2
LONDON, June 2 (Reuters) - The dollar fell to a one-month low versus a basket of currencies on Thursday as a string of weak U.S. data continued to weigh heavily on the greenback, and as the euro rose to a one-month high.
The dollar .DXY fell to 74.290, its lowest level since May 6, dropping below Wednesday's low of 74.306. The euro EUR=, which accounts for over half of the dollar basket, earlier hit a one-month high versus the dollar of $1.4487.
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