The yen rose to a two-week high against the dollar on Monday after a survey showed China's manufacturing activity contracted for a fourth straight month, bolstering the safe-haven Japanese currency.
In Europe, the biggest mover was the Swedish crown, which lost ground after a report showed industrial production weakening. That puts pressure on the Riksbank to cut rates when it meets next in July.
The focus was on the dollar, though. An encouraging report on U.S. payrolls numbers on Friday initially boosted the dollar, but it erased those gains as investors focused on less promising labor force and wages data. The crisis in Ukraine also took a toll.