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The pound was at two month lows Tuesday as worries over Britain voting to leave the European Union bolstered demand for safe-haven units, including the yen.The yen moved toward its strongest level since October 2014 as traders push into a currency seen as a safe bet in times of turmoil.The dollar fetched 105.85 yen, down from 106.19 yen in U.S. trading, while the euro weakened to 119.56 yen from 119.90 yen.Emerging currencies broadly rose against the dollar with the South Korean won, Malaysian ringgit and Thai baht all higher in afternoon trading.
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