LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar fell broadly on Wednesday against major currencies including the euro and the British pound as the outcome of a split U.S. Congress raised expectations that any major U.S. fiscal policy boost to the economy is unlikely for now.
The greenback fell 0.6 percent versus the safe-haven Swiss franc
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