Central Banks Move Toward Euro, Away from Dollar

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According to a survey of central bankers published Monday, central banks are becoming less enamored of the dollar, and more attracted to the euro. Robert Siegel talks with Chris Giles of the Financial Times about how this will affect the U.S. economy.



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