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LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar held onto losses on Thursday after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's November meeting supported the view that the central bank would downshift and raise rates in smaller steps from its December meeting.
"As long as the Fed see a stronger labour market, they don't have a big concern about tightening," Christensen said.
The dollar index , which measures the greenback against six major peers, was little changed at 105.93, after sliding 1.1% on Wednesday.
The euro was up 0.3% against the Swedish krone after Sweden's Riksbank raised rates by 75 basis points, in line with expectations in a Reuters poll.
The Japanese yen was one of the strongest gainers among major currencies against the dollar, climbing 0.6% to 138.77.