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The dollar remained mired near three-year lows Monday after rebounding at the end of last week as resurgent U.S. wage inflation data failed to quell skepticism among investors about the currency's outlook.The dollar struggled to hold on to gains against the yen, falling 0.4 percent to 109.74 yen after reaching 110.485 yen Friday. The U.S. currency remains higher than a four-month low of 108.280 yen reached on Jan. 26 .The dollar was also up 0.5 percent against the British currency.
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