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The dollar fell to a four-month low against the yen Friday as investors sought out the safe-haven currency in light of uncertainty about the White House's ability to push through its economic agenda.The yen was the major mover among developed world currencies. It rose nearly 1 percent against the dollar as nervousness over stock market valuations and the future of an eight-year global rally seeped into other assets.The dollar was last down 0.75 percent against the yen at 108.72 yen.
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