* Euro stuck below $1.13 on Italian jitters
* Dollar pulls back from 16-month high on profit taking
* Swedish crown knocked lower by CPI data
* Graphic: World FX rates in 2018 tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh
By Tommy Wilkes
LONDON, Nov 14 (Reuters) - The euro hovered below $1.13 on Wednesday as Italy re-submitted its draft budget for next year to the European Commission and traders prepared for economic growth numbers due out later.
Major currencies traded in tight ranges, with the dollar edging lower from a 16-month high as investors took profits.
Sterling, which surged on Tuesday after Britain and the European Union agreed a draft Brexit deal, was calm as traders prepared for Prime Minister Theresa May’s showdown with colleagues when she will try to sell her Brexit agreement.
Italy re-submitted its draft budget for next year to the European Commission with the same growth and deficit assumptions as a draft rejected last month for breaking European Union rules, but with falling debt, the new draft showed.
That rattled investors in Italian’s volatile government debt markets and kept the euro under pressure. The single currency was flat at $1.1287 after trading above $1.13 late Tuesday. The euro hit a 16-month low of $1.1216 earlier this week.
Thu Lan Nguyen, a strategist at Commerzbank in Frankfurt, said she “did not anticipate an escalation in the crisis in Italy”, but “much will depend on how the Europeans react. We are in a wait and see game.”
Concerns that the row, along with slowing economic growth, would force the European Central Bank to postpone monetary tightening next year also might hurt the euro, she added.
Third-quarter euro zone economic growth data will be published at 1000 GMT.
The dollar index, a gauge of its value versus six other currencies, traded at 97.201 on Wednesday, down 0.1 percent. The index hit a 16-month high of 97.69 on Monday.
“Don’t be fooled by the pullback in the U.S. dollar ... nearly all of the major currencies rebounded because of local factors and not a shift in appetite for U.S. dollars or change in economic fundamentals,” said Kathy Lien, managing director of currency strategy at BK Asset Management.
Lien expects a robust U.S. economy, rising interest rates and its safe haven status will continue to strengthen.
The Swedish crown lost 0.7 percent versus the euro after Sweden reported weaker-than-expected inflation. The crown fell as low as 10.299 to the euro.
The dollar was unchanged versus the Japanese yen at 113.85. The yen touched a six-week low of 114.20 on Monday.
The Australian dollar weakened to $0.7224 against the U.S. dollar, down 0.2 percent.
The Canadian dollar was marginally lower at C$1.3240, trading near its four-month low as oil prices fell. Oil, one of Canada’s major exports, dropped amid worries about weakening global demand and oversupply. (Additional reporting by Vatsal Srivastava in Singapore, editing by Larry King)