The euro dipped yesterday to its lowest London closing price against the dollar since September 22 joint central bank intervention, weakened by German criticism of the euro-zone's lack of policy co-ordination. Euro-dollar dipped as low as $0.868 during London trading, before recovering a little to close at $0.869. Traders said comments by Hans Eichel, Germany's finance minister, had weakened the currency. Mr Eichel said that without closer policy co-ordination between member states'
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