The yen steadied in early European deals on Wednesday, after a brief jump in Asian trading driven by the Bank of Japan's confirmation it saw no need to print more money to stimulate the economy. With all eyes fixed on Greek and euro zone politicians' efforts to steer a way to a new deal on Greece's international bailout, the euro was trading firmly in the middle of a 2-cent range it has held for more than three weeks. Price action generally was limited but the yen did blip higher after the BoJ decision to keep policy steady. Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said he saw no immediate need to expand monetary stimulus again with inflation heading up towards his 2 percent target, though he said the BOJ "would not hesitate" if the inflation outlook changed. The euro fell 0.2 percent on the day to $1.1390. (Editing by Susan Fenton)