NEW YORK, Dec 24 (Reuters) – Investors trimmed dollar
positions during the Christmas holiday lull on Wednesday,
pulling the greenback down from its highest point in nearly nine
years after strong U.S. economic growth data on Tuesday
solidified views of coming Fed rate increases.
The dollar retreated by 0.13 percent to 89.943 against a
basket of currencies after Tuesday’s data showed U.S.
third-quarter gross domestic product grew at an annualized 5.0