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Dollar Cuts Early Losses in Late Tokyo Trade

Dollar Cuts Early Losses in Late Tokyo Trade

   Tokyo, July 20 (Jiji Press)--The dollar cut early losses to move around 109.60 yen in late Tokyo trading Tuesday, as concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic were countered by a pickup in U.S. stock futures.
   At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at 109.62-62 yen, down from 109.85-85 yen at the same time Monday. The euro was at 1.1783-1783 dollars, up from 1.1779-1780 dollars, and at 129.18-19 yen, down from 129.38-43 yen.

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