FACTBOX-Recent European corporate sector comments on currencies


LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The corporate sector has been expressing concern about the decline in the value of the U.S. dollar and the export-damaging, profit-eroding impact it has on Europe. The dollar hit a fresh record low to the euro on Wednesday at $1.3170 and a new four and a half-year low against the yen of 102.53 yen, with concerns over the bulging external U.S. deficit and an apparent lack of will among U.S. policymakers to halt the slide, weighing on the greenback. Following is ...

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