The dollar fell across the board after a weaker-than-expected US durable goods orders report, raising concern that the Fed may reduce interest rates at least one or two times in the first half of next year. Interest-rate futures showed traders priced in an above 80 percent chance that the Fed will cut interest rates by a quarter-percentage point to 4 percent in January meeting. The currency weakened to 1.4640 versus the euro, and fell to around 113.60 against the yen.