The euro is little changed against the dollar as investors wait for updates on talks over Greece's debt.
Greece has been meeting with creditors Friday in an effort to reduce its debt and avoid a default. A deal must be reached for the country to receive its next batch of bailout money.
The euro fell slightly to $1.2923 in late trading Friday from $1.2936 late Thursday.
The dollar was mixed against other currencies. The British pound fell to $1.5542 from $1.5467. The dollar fell to 76.98 Japanese yen from 77.17 and to 0.9351 Swiss franc from 0.9340.
The dollar rose to 1.0138 Canadian dollar from 1.0119.
The U.S. currency fell against the Australian and New Zealand dollar, the South Korean Won and the Hong Kong dollar. But it rose against the Norwegian krone and Singapore dollar.
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