TOKYO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The dollar hit a one-year trough against the euro as hopes for global recovery prompted investors to shift money to higher-yielding currencies from the safe-haven greenback.
The euro rose as high as $1.4843 EUR= on trading platform EBS, its highest since September 2008, then slipped a tad to $1.4812, up 0.1 percent on the day.
Against the Japanese currency, the dollar slid 0.4 percent to 90.71 yen JPY=, with the break of 91.00 triggering a wave of stop-loss sales. The U.S. dollar index =USD fell 1 percent to 75.932. (Reporting by Rika Otsuka)
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