The dollar hit five-week lows against its peers on Friday, in the wake of the Federal Reserve's cautious message this week.
The dollar recovered as investors bought the currency on the back of sharp falls prompted by the Fed's failure to give a hawkish message on further rate rises.
The dollar added to losses after the Fed hiked interest rates, as expected.
The dollar climbed ahead of an expected interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The impact of higher U.S. market interest rates turned the dollar positive against both the euro and a basket of currencies.
With markets already pricing in a March hike, Asia's currency reaction could be neutral, says Christy Tan of National Australia Bank.
The euro jumped to a fresh three-week high against the dollar on Friday.
The euro gained after ECB head Mario Draghi suggested it was less necessary to prop up the market through ultra-loose monetary policy.
The dollar rose to its highest level in five days, just below a two-month peak after a better-than-expected ADP report.
The dollar steadied against a basket of currencies in early European trade, still stuck below highs hit in December and January.
The dollar rose against the euro after a former French prime minister ruled out standing in the country's presidential elections.
The dollar stalled after two days of strong gains on Friday, with nerves around a speech by Fed chief Janet Yellen due later in the day.
The dollar gained to seven week highs against a basket of currencies on Thursday, after hawkish comments by a Fed official.
The dollar hit its highest in seven weeks as signs from two influential Fed policymakers that interest rates could rise this month.
The dollar weakened as investors awaited President Donald Trump's speech to Congress for fresh indications of his economic plans.
The dollar pared losses against a basket of currencies on Monday after a Federal Reserve official delivered hawkish remarks.
Peter Chia of UOB say he is selectively long the dollar against selected Asian currencies.
The U.S. dollar fell to a more than two-week low against the Japanese yen on Friday.
The U.S. dollar fell against a basket of major currencies on a perceived lack of progress on U.S. tax reform and public spending.
The dollar index erased earlier gains after Fed meeting minutes showed the next interest rate increase could be soon.