The dollar stayed near its lowest in more than three months as a slew of weak data further scaled back market expectations for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.
The greenback fell to its weakest in seven weeks versus the euro on Wednesday and declined for a third day against the yen as disappointing economic reports, including U.S. retail sales and Chinese inflation, highlighted the risks to global growth that kept the Fed from raising rates last month.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was at 1,183.85 as of 8:57 a.m. in Tokyo from 1,183.45 in New York, where it closed at the weakest since June 30. The greenback was unchanged at $1.1474 against the euro after slumping 0.8 percent on Wednesday. The dollar was little changed at 118.84 yen following a 0.8 percent loss on Wednesday.