TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar held tight ranges against its peers on Monday as investors awaited clarity on the health of U.S. President Donald Trump after he tested positive for the coronavirus, sending markets into safe-haven assets.
The dollar index =USD was little changed at 93.789, while traders adjusted their positions in safe-harbour currencies.
Against the safe-haven Japanese yen, the dollar rose 0.2% to 105.515 yen JPY=EBS, after making its sharpest fall in more than a month to reach a one-week low of 104.95 on Friday.
But the greenback edged lower against the Swiss franc to 0.918 CHF=EBS, near a one-week low of 0.9163 it marked on Wednesday.
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