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The dollar dropped against most of its world counterparts Monday, as worries built that the U.S. military action in Afghanistan will be extended and that government reports this week will show the economy is in the midst of a recession. The greenback fell to 90.41 cents per euro from 89.30 Friday. The dollar slid to 122.07 yen from 122.70 and also traded lower against the British pound.

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