(Updates prices, includes U.S. data) By Lincoln Feast LONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Investors trimmed their risk exposure on Thursday, selling stocks and buying safe haven assets such as U.S. Treasuries on news that troubled car maker General Motors is facing a regulatory probe. The dollar fell against the yen on the overnight GM news after hitting a two-year peak above 116 yen . The dollar's slide increased the attraction of precious metals like platinum, which climbed to its highest ...
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