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"The dollar fell against the euro and the yen in Asia on Monday after an official newspaper of the Chinese central bank said China should cut its U.S. dollar holdings, adding to concerns over the unit's global reserve currency status."
"The report encouraged Asian hedge funds and other short-term players to sell the U.S. currency for its European and Japanese rivals, dealers said."