The U.S. dollar fell broadly on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields fell and investors waited on a speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Sterling fell against the dollar after the Bank of England hinted at further easing.
This comes ahead of a week of data likely to feed the debate on the chances of a rise in U.S. interest rates this year.
The U.S. dollar reversed losses to trade about a third of a percent higher Friday after the headline figure on the July employment report topped expectations.
Brazil didn't really see any impact from the World Cup so it's unlikely the country will significantly benefit from the Games, notes Italo Lombardi of Standard Chartered Bank.
Sterling saw its biggest falls since the aftermath of June's Brexit vote.
The allure of Brazil's commodities may be fading for China, but the world's second-largest economy has found new opportunities in the South American nation.
The dollar gained as ADP jobs data revealed new U.S. private sector jobs, suggesting an improving labor market.
The euro rose above $1.12 for the first time in more than a month, while the yen hit its strongest in three weeks.
The dollar recovered after its poorest weekly performance in three months, while the yen weakened after surging more than 3 percent.
The yen soared against the dollar after a round of modest monetary policy easing from the Bank of Japan disappointed investors.
The dollar fell against the yen as expectations faded of the Bank of Japan delivering a radical stimulus package this week.
The U.S. dollar gained against the euro and the yen after the Federal Reserve left the federal funds rates unchanged on Wednesday.
The yen hit a high against the euro and rose against the dollar as traders lower expectations of a Japanese stimulus injection.
The pound is expected to push even lower, according to currency analysts, as the first signs emerged of the impact it's giving to the business sector.
The dollar inched up against the yen ahead of meetings at the Bank of Japan and the Fed which investors expect to be dollar-positive.
The dollar index also hit its highest level since March.
The dollar fell after a six-week high against the yen, while the Euro showed little change after ECB keeps policy unchanged.
The dollar hit a four-month high against a basket of currencies, bolstered by strong U.S. data and expectations of Fed rate rises.
The dollar rose against a basket of major currencies after U.S. housing starts rose by more than expected in June.