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After all the concern that the U.S. is debasing its currency, the dollar beat stocks, bonds and commodities for the first time since May as investors sought refuge from slowing growth and Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis.

The U.S. currency rose 6 percent in September, according to IntercontinentalExchange Inc.’s Dollar Index, beating returns of 1.6 percent by Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s U.S. Treasury Master Index. The MSCI All-Country World Index of stocks in 45 countries lost 8.9 percent, the largest monthly drop since May 2010. Raw materials measured by the Standard & Poor’s GSCI Total Return Index of 24 commodities slid 12 percent.

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