EUR/USD was resilient ahead of the New York open, although gains quickly attracted selling pressure.
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.
GBP/USD has been trapped below 1.3400 since early New York on Thursday.
EUR/USD has been unable to make headway, but there has been support below the 1.1700 level.
USD/CAD consolidates around 1.2900 after hitting resistance at 1.2920 Oil prices continue to retreat with WTI dipping to $70.10 p/b NAFTA uncertainty persists
AUD/USD found support near 0.7550 and advanced to 0.7580 in early Europe After dipping on President Trump’s cancellation of the North Korean Summit, equities regained ground.
Year-on-year growth 1.2%, expected 1.2% Business investment -0.2%, expected 0.2% ONS sees slower growth in consumer-orientated businesses
Previous 102.2 Current conditions index 106.0, previous 105.8 Expectations 98.5, previous 98.7
The Japanese currency gained fresh support in US trading on Thursday following news that President Trump had pulled out of the planned Summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim.
USD/JPY declines to session lows at 109.00 Treasuries continue to rally,, 10-year yield declines to 2.96% US existing home sales data weaker than expected US equities move lower with S&P 500 index 0.7% lower