The dollar is little changed overall ahead of the New York open with a mixed performance amid nervous trading conditions and a reluctance to make aggressive moves.

USD/JPY found support from some conciliatory remarks by North Korean officials with hopes that the cancelled US-North Korean Summit could be rescheduled for a later date. There was, however, still a reluctance to push the pair significantly higher.

Euro sentiment remained weak amid further losses in the Italian bond market, although there has been EUR/USD support just below the 1.1700 level with a reluctance to sell aggressively given the potential for short covering. The German IFO index was slightly stronger than expected and unchanged from the April reading.

Position adjustment will remain an important feature, especially with a US holiday on Monday. Overall, the dollar index traded just below 94.00 ahead of the New York open with US durable goods data due at 08.30 ET.