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* U.S. stocks off record highs, Dow to snap streak
* Bond markets rally, German 2-year yield hits record low
* Dollar little changed but on track for weekly loss
* Oil prices fall on U.S. crude inventory increase
By Richard Leong
NEW YORK, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Key global stock markets fell on Friday as investors lowered bets that policies of U.S. President Donald Trump would benefit economic growth, and instead favored assets considered safer such as bonds and gold.
Oil futures fell, pressuring energy stocks after data showed U.S. crude inventories rose for a seventh week, signaling oversupply despite OPEC's efforts to rein in output.
The dollar were little changed but set for a weekly decline as the Trump administration's lack of details on tax cuts and infrastructure spending raised doubts about the chances for improved domestic growth and investments in 2017.
"The market will come to realize that a lot of these pro-growth policies might get pushed to the end of this year or next year and you might have this buyer's remorse for the market," said Aaron Clark, portfolio manager at GW&K Investment Management.
The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 46 nations, fell 2.49 points or 0.56 percent, to 444.26. It reached an all-time peak at 447.67 on Thursday.
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which tracks blue-chip stocks, was on track to end a 10-day winning streak, the longest since 1987. It was last down 57.54 points, or 0.28 percent, to 20,752.78.
The benchmark S&P 500 lost 7.45 points, or 0.32 percent, to 2,356.36, below its record high of 2,368.26 set on Thursday.
The Nasdaq Composite declined for a third straight day, which last happened in late December. It was down 23.47 points, or 0.4 percent, at 5,812.04.
Europe's broad FTSEurofirst 300 index dropped 0.96 percent at 1,456.05.
Similar to stocks, the greenback was on its back foot. The dollar index was down 0.1 percent at 100.93, on track for a slim weekly loss.
As equities and the dollar lost some of their appeal, bond yields fell with German two-year Schatz yield touching minus 0.953 percent, Reuters data showed.
Nervousness about the first round of the French presidential election, with anti-European Union Marine Le Pen in the lead, has stoked safehaven demand for German and U.S. government debt.
Bids for less risky assets, together with traders' remote view of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates in March, bolstered gold prices to their highest in over three months.
Spot gold prices rose $7.17 or 0.57 percent to $1,256.51 an ounce.
In the oil market, Brent crude was last down $0.39, or down 0.69 percent, at $56.19 a barrel. U.S. crude was last down $0.27, or down 0.5 percent, at $54.18 per barrel.
Reporting by Tanya Agrawal in New York and Vikram Subhedar in London; Editing by Bernadette Baum