[size=36]Quiet movements of currencies after the trade agreement between America and China[/size]
And the euro against the dollar in its most recent trading rose 0.1 percent to $ 1.1164, which corresponds to the highest level in a week that reached the previous day.
An index tracking the performance of the greenback fell against a basket of six competing currencies, to an eight-month low of 97.14.
Beijing and Washington praised the one-stage agreement signed on Wednesday night at the White House as a step forward in settling their bitter trade dispute.
US Vice President Mark Pence has fueled optimism for further progress, saying that stage two talks have already begun.
The Chinese yuan, the currency most affected by the nearly two-year-old trade dispute between the United States and China, rose 0.1 percent to 6.8852 dollars to the dollar on the foreign market, near a six-month high of 6.8662 that jumped to on Tuesday.
The Japanese safe-haven currency fell 0.1 percent to 110.03 dollars, while the Australian dollar rose 0.1 percent to 0.6916 dollars. The currencies are measures of stress.
Sterling increased to a six-day high of $ 1.3065. Against the euro, it was trading at 85.45 pence, up 0.1 percent