WASHINGTON -- The battered dollar steadied yesterday in foreign exchange markets as Treasury and Federal Reserve officials threatened to intervene to protect the value of the U.S. currency.

In what was apparently a carefully coordinated set of statements, President Clinton, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, and Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen all expressed support for the dollar.

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