The U.S. dollar weakened against most major currencies Monday, with the yen rebounding as investors turned cautious a day before the Bank of Japan announced the outcome of its policy meeting.
The euro, meanwhile, moved in a range against the greenback after an electoral loss for the Germanyâ€™s ruling coalition party in Lower Saxony state.
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