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The euro dived to a 12-year low against the dollar Wednesday, driving European stocks higher as shares of the region's big exporters gained, while U.S. equity markets edged higher despite concerns about when the Federal Reserve would begin to raise interest rates.The euro extended its decline as yields in the eurozone collapsed, falling more than 1 percent, to below $1.06 for the first time since early 2003 .The euro was broadly lower against other major currencies, slumping to a seven-year low against sterling, at 70.145 pence, and an 18-month low against the yen, of 128.20 yen .The euro fell 1.18 percent to $1.0571, while the dollar gained 0.26 percent against the yen, to 121.45 yen.
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