The US dollar fell on Tuesday against a basket of major currencies but did not drift far from a two-month peak.
The dollar index, which measures the US currency against six major peers, slipped 0.02% to 104.28, easing away from the two-month high of 104.42.
Meanwhile, the euro was up 0.01% at $1.0706, while sterling was last trading at $1.2356, up 0.04% on the day.
The yen strengthened 0.11% to 140.31 per dollar, having touched a six-month low of 140.91 per dollar on Monday.
The Australian dollar rose 0.31% to $0.652, while the kiwi rose 0.15% to $0.604.
Source: Qatar News Agency