The USD/CNY pair, which is usually sensitive to trade news, was little changed at 7.0343.
“Headline fatigue has set in,” said Ray Attrill, National Australia Bank’s head of FX strategy, in a Reuters report.
“With the constant barrage of seemingly contradictory stuff, the market’s given up trying to second-guess…seeing is believing, and we’ll trade it once we know what’s happening.”
On the data front, flash purchasing managers index from Germany, the Eurozone, Britain and the United States are all due later on Friday.
The GBP/USD pair was also near flat at 1.2916.