The euro has inched up 0.4 percent on the day at $1.2335 because of the prospect of the European Central Bank taking action to lower exorbitant Spanish and Italian borrowing costs. Still, the euro remains vulnerable to selling on rallies and any signs of disagreement among euro zone politicians.
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