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NEW YORK (AP) -- The dollar tumbled broadly Monday, dropping to its lowest points since last fall against the euro, pound and other currencies, as signs of recovery emerged from data on manufacturing from around the world.
Stocks jumped in Europe and the U.S. Bad signals from economic reports and poor earnings tend to help the dollar as investors seek safety, often in U.S. government debt; good news and stronger equities often correspond with a drop in the greenback's value....