The dollar might firm up after the U.S. reported a fourth-quarter current-account deficit that tied for the second narrowest as a percentage of gross domestic product in the past 3½ years. The gap, at 2.8% of GDP, has come down from a high of 6.5% in Q4 of 2005. The current account measures the flow of goods, services and investments into and out of the country.

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