Traders work at their screens in front of the German share price index DAX board at the stock exchange in Frankfurt January 22, 2015. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
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European shares climbed to a seven-year high and the euro fell to an 11-year low Thursday as world markets cheered the European Central Bank's plans for a stimulus program worth over 1 trillion euros.Canada's dollar slid to a six-year low after it cut rates Wednesday.The dollar also fell against Japan's yen.Denmark's crown tumbled after the country's central bank cut its key rate to a record low -0.35 percent from -0.20 percent.The dollar dipped to 117.52 on the yen.
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