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The euro dipped before recovering losses against the U.S. dollar on Monday following European Union (EU) parliamentary elections that saw several anti-EU parties make significant gains. Despite thin trading due to a holiday in the U.S. and England, anxious investors also trained an eye on the outcome of the Ukrainian presidential election and a European Central Bank (ECB) hosted gathering in Portugal over the weekend for possible impacts.



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