Investing.com - The dollar was flat vs. yen Wednesday ahead of a meeting this week between Trump and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe.
Trade and Japanese investment in the U.S. expected to be high on the agenda in the Trump-Abe meeting Friday in Washington.
The dollar was off 0.02% at 112.36 yen as Japan's 2016 current account surplus was the second highest on record.
The Bank of Japan reportedly intervened again in the government bond market.
The dollar index was up 0.09% at 100.48 at 02:30 ET.
The euro remained under pressure at the $1.06 mark as political concerns continued to weigh.
Sterling was steady at $1.25 level amid the Brexit debate in the U.K, parliament.
The Kiwi was lower ahead of the New Zealand central bank rate review.
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