] As traders cleared off their desks ready to ring in the
] new year, the dollar was on track for a dismal fourth
] quarter. The U.S. currency shed 10 percent against the
] euro and Swiss franc in the last three months.
] Against the yen, the dollar fell around 7 percent in the
] In the absence of any convincing signs of a substantial
] rebound in the greenback, traders added to their bets
] against the currency going into 2005.
] "If anyone is out there looking for a correction in the
] dollar, it just hasn't happened and there's no sign that
] it's going to happen in the upcoming days," said
] Investors Bank and Trust's Mazanec.
And the continuing tanking of the dollar continues.