Investing.com - The dollar weakened Friday after the latest comments by Fed Chair Janet Yellen on monetary policy.
The dollar index was off 0.21% at 100.89 at 02:30 ET after a low of 100.83.
Yellen denied the Fed was behind the curve in raising U.S. interest rates.
She said gradual hikes in rates were in order to prevent the economy from becoming too "hot."
The greenback fell 0.20% to 114.63 yen as Chinese Q4 annual GDP growth slightly beat forecasts at 6.8%.
The euro recouped losses Thursday after the ECB left its monetary policy on hold.
The single currency was up 0.18% at $1.0684.
The focus now turns to President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.
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