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The euro fell Tuesday, as concerns about weak inflation and a slowdown in company borrowing raised questions about the momentum of the eurozone's economic expansion. After a big gain Monday, the euro had added another 0.3 percent to hit $1.2476 in early European trading, less than a cent off the three-year highs it hit in mid-February. The yen fell 0.3 percent to 105.74 yen versus the dollar, giving up some of its large gains last week when investors had fretted about trade tensions.The euro in Asian trading rose 0.3 percent against the yen to 131.69 yen, after surging 1.4 percent Monday for its biggest one-day percentage gain since June 2017 . The euro later fell back, leaving the yen up 0.1 percent at 131.13 yen per euro.
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