The euro sank to a two-year low Thursday, falling to a value of $1.21725. The dwindling likelihood of U.S. monetary stimulus, the European Central Bank's deciding to cut interest rates, and Europe's ongoing debt crisis all served to buoy the dollar and drag the euro down.
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