The USD/JPY pair dropped 0.6percent to 107.79 from 11:52 PM ET (03:52 GMT). The Bank of Japan maintained its short-term rate goal in -0.1% but noticed in a statement, “It is getting crucial to pay closer attention to this risk that the momentum towards attaining its cost target is going to be dropped." BOJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda will offer a briefing later in the afternoon.
"Taking this situation into consideration, the BOJ will enact economically and cost developments at its next policy meeting, as it upgrades the outlook for economic activity and costs," it stated.
The U.S. dollar index slipped 0.1percent to 98.058 following the Federal Reserve reduced its interest rates on the 1.75-2% array from the preceding 2-2.25 percent. The movement, which was widely anticipated by analysts, was that the next rate cut this season.
The AUD/USD set was down 0.5percent to 0.6790 after mixed tasks report published in the afternoon.
The NZD/USD group dropped 0.1percent to 0.6312 after data showed the nation's economy grew at the slowest pace in over five years in the next quarter.
The GDP rose 2.1percent from a year before and has been the weakest annual increase since the fourth quarter of 2013, Statistics New Zealand reported Thursday.
The USD/CNY pair climbed 0.3percent to 7.1029.