The euro’s long bear run against the dollar has run its course amid concern over slower U.S. economic growth.

The long-battered euro rose to $0.8975 on Friday in London to mark its highest level since Sept. 22, when the European Central Bank launched coordinated intervention with the U.S. and other central banks to halt its fall.

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