Dow Jones - The broad-based dollar weakness was largely offsetting the impact of risk aversion on the New Zealand dollar and the Swedish krona against the dollar. Foreign exchange volatilities for smaller currencies have fallen steadily since the credit crisis peaked in mid-March, around the time of the Bear Stearns bailout, in line with a stronger dollar. Should inflation concerns get out of control, this could exacerbate growth concerns in G10 and emerging markets, which could, in turn, raise currency volatilities.