The $1.40 barrier is considered an important "pain barrier" for eurozone exporters, and the breach of this level caused an outbreak of stop-loss buying which sent the euro higher across the board.
The single currency rose 0.5% to $1.4035 against the dollar and by 0.4% to £0.7006 against the pound, the high
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