Despite the impressive performance of the dollar in recent months, most everyone on Wall Street is calling for a decline in the greenback in 2006, reports The Wall Street Journal.

The dollar has been rallying lately against the euro and the yen, leading some analysts to argue that it could strengthen even more next year. That could have a negative impact on equity investors, as strong dollar makes exported U.S. goods and services less competitive on a global basis and weighs on earnings.

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