Dollar Keeps Falling Against Euro


With investors fearful the US housing slump will hit the
wider economy,
the euro rose as high as $1.3784 before pulling back
slightly to $1.3742. The dollar’s latest fall came after the Standard &
Poor’s credit rating agency said it may downgrade $12.1bn of bonds
backed by US sub-prime home loans.

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