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The dollar extended gains against the euro, amid expectations that the Federal Reserve could raise rates sooner than expected.
The euro weakened against the dollar, as yield differentials between Treasuries and Bunds widened to multi-year highs.
The euro rose against the dollar and the yen on Monday, on confidence that the ECB will not be easing policy again soon.
The euro languished near four-month lows after the European Central Bank's loosened monetary policy.
The dollar rose, getting a lift from fatter Treasury yields and investor anxieties about policy shifts from the ECB.
Subdued euro zone inflation data kept expectations of aggressive European Central Bank monetary stimulus alive, much of which is priced in.
The euro fell against the dollar on speculation of further monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank.
The yen levelled off on Friday but still looked set to rack up its best gains for months after a jumbled week of currency moves.
Anywhere but Thailand, a military coup combined with an economic contraction would spur a stock selloff, but shares there are surprisingly resilient.
The dollar neared a two-month high against major currencies, pausing after rallying due to a hold in sterling and the euro's fall.
The euro fell to a three-month low on Wednesday as expectations solidified for an ECB attack on monetary policy next week.
The British pound sank on Tuesday after weak lending data added to concerns over a European election win for the anti-EU UKIP party.
The euro recovered early losses on Monday after European election results saw gains for Eurosceptics but did not deliver a serious domestic blow to some European governments.
The euro fell to a three-month low against the dollar after a soft German business sentiment survey added pressure on the ECB.
Thailand's military coup may have shaken confidence in the country's outlook, but businesses and investors are taking democracy's loss in stride.
Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC, expects the Thai baht to touch 34 against the greenback in the long-run due to the country's political turmoil and seasonal factors.
Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.
Robust expansion in Germany led the euro off lows, but growing expectations the ECB will ease monetary policy next week kept gains muted.
The Federal Reserve released minutes from its last meeting, where it discussed the procedures for hiking interest rates.
The Australian dollar fell more than half a percent, on a slide in prices of iron ore, one of the country's biggest exports.