LONDON (Reuters) – World share markets fell as well as the dollar plus safe-haven assets rose about Thursday, a day following minutes of the Federal Reserve's last plan meeting cast doubts over how much longer the U.S. central bank might follow its stimulus program. After the minutes were introduced the euro skidded to a six-week low up against the dollar of $ 1.3235, Asian shares experienced their worst day inside 7 months plus gold hit its lowest cost because last July, at $ 1,554.49 an ounce. …
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