A U.S. Dollar note is seen in this June 22, 2017 illustration photo. (REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/File Photo)
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The dollar slid to three-year lows against a basket of major peers on Wednesday, pressured by simmering concerns that the U.S. currency's yield advantage will start to erode as major central banks head toward unwinding their massive stimulus.Against the yen, the dollar fell below the 110 threshold for the first time in four months.At one point, the dollar slipped to around 109.80 yen, its lowest level since Sept. 15 . It last changed hands at 109.92 yen, down 0.3 percent on the day.
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