NEW YORK, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Overseas shares traded in the United States fell on Friday, pulled down by slides in heavyweight pharmaceutical stocks and a lower open on Wall Street. U.S. stocks were hurt by a hike in oil prices and a tumble in the dollar. The Bank of New York's index of leading ADRs was down 0.44 percent. The dollar dropped to 4-1/2-year lows against the yen and pushed the euro within sight of its all-time peak, following comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan ...
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