The dollar was stable versus a basket of major currencies on Wednesday, as risks triggered by worries over a worsening trade relations between the two largest world's economies eased, though extended concerns about the tariff exchange held currencies on edge.
The dollar index .DXY was flat at 95.123 after climbing to an 11-month high of 95.296 in the previous session.
The greenback inched up 0.1 percent to 110.125 yen after its slump to an eight-day nadir of 109.55 on Tuesday.
The euro slipped 0.15 percent to $1.1574, following the ECB President Mario Draghi's statement about prudent approach to European monetary policy.
The Aussie dropped to a 13-month trough of $0.7347 on Tuesday before recovering slightly to $0.7391.
The Swiss franc shed 0.1 percent to 0.9953 franc a dollar, reversing the previous session’s rise.
Sterling wobbled near a seven-month trough of $1.3151 touched overnight before Thursday’s Bank of England policy meeting.