The dollar stood tall and set a three-week high against the yen on Thursday, after the minutes of the U.S. Fed's meeting rekindled expectations.
The dollar rallied to a three-week high against the euro and a basket of currencies on Wednesday.
The U.S. dollar dipped against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday amid U.S. inflation data.
The yen weakened on Monday as risk appetite improved with the rise in oil prices and Japan.
The dollar climbed to a two-week high against a basket of currencies on Friday.
The yen fell as investors sold it on speculation that the Bank of Japan could decide to expand its monetary stimulus as soon as next month.
The dollar fell against a currency basket for the first time in seven days on Wednesday.
The yen slid to a nearly two-week low against the dollar on Tuesday as risk appetite improved for a second straight session.
The yen hit a 10-day low after Japan's finance minister said Tokyo was ready to intervene in the currency market if needed.
The dollar rose against a basket of currencies after William Dudley told the NYT the Fed may raise interest rates twice in 2016.
The dollar rose against a basket of currencies for a third day on Thursday.
The dollar rose, rebounding from recent lows against the yen and euro.
The yen jumped to a 18-month high against the dollar, extending gains that have undermined Japanese officials' attempts to reflate Japan's economy.
As the U.S. dollar fell to its lowest since January 2015, currency experts told CNBC the currency's decline had further to run.
The Bank of Japan made a “fateful miscalculation” when it opted to hold interest rates at its meeting last week, Goldman Sachs has said.
The dollar recovered slightly on Monday from its biggest weekly fall in more than seven years against the yen.
The yen built further on a round of strong gains since the Bank of Japan meeting, moving to an 18-month high against the dollar.
The dollar pared losses against the yen, but was still on track to notch its biggest daily loss against the Japanese currency in eight months.
The dollar index briefly popped, holding about 0.2 percent higher, before holding slightly lower.
The dollar weakened against major currencies after weaker-than-expected U.S. economic data reinforced views that the Fed would take a dovish stance.