FOREX-Dollar slumps as risk appetite rebounds

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* Dollar index down 0.5% * Norway becomes first developed central bank to hike rates (Updates prices) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed and Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The dollar fell across the board on Thursday as improved risk sentiment in global financial markets wiped out its gains in the previous session after the U.S. Federal Reserve flagged plans to dial back its stimulus this year. Investors' risk appetite improved after Beijing injected fresh cash into its financial system ahead of an $83.5 million bond coupon by embattled property giant Evergrande, at risk of becoming one of the world's largest-ever corporate defaults. Worries about Evergrande's payment obligations and what systemic risks to China's financial system the property giant's difficulties pose have weighed on global financial risk sentiment in recent sessions. "Commodity currencies are broadly higher while havens are weaker, leaving the USD trading generally lower after a firm close following the F
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