Euro Little Changed as Traders Await Greece Deal

NEW YORK (AP) -- The euro is little changed against the dollar as European finance ministers meet to discuss releasing Greece's next bailout payment.

The ministers have failed twice in the last two weeks to reach an agreement to release the funds for the cash-strapped country.

The euro slipped to $1.2964 in afternoon trading from $1.2971 late Friday. The British pound fell to $1.6015 from $1.6031.

The dollar fell to 82.15 Japanese yen from 82.40 Japanese yen.

The dollar was flat at 0.9283 Swiss franc.


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