The euro was steady against the dollar on Friday, though the greenback was headed for its worst week since mid-October, dragged down by nervousness around U.S.-China trade relations and hints of weakness in the U.S. economy.
The resurgent kiwi enjoyed a hefty recovery thanks to some renewed risk appetite, as well as due to positive domestic factors.
Against a basket of six currencies, the greenback fell to a one-month low of 97.355. The euro was last flat at $1.1106.
Sterling was 0.2% weaker at $1.3132 and 84.58 pence against the euro, but parked close to a 2-1/2-year high as traders grow more confident the uncertainty over Brexit could soon be over.
Source : Reuters