The dollar rose to its highest in more than a week against a basket of currencies on Wednesday on outlooks for U.S. and European interest rates and as investors saw the selloff that followed U.S. President Donald Trump's healthcare setback as overdone.
Reuters reported European Central Bank policymakers were wary of changing their policy message after tweaks this month upset investors and raised chances of a surge in borrowing costs.
The euro fell to $1.0741 following the report, its lowest since March 21. That boosted the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six rival currencies, to 100.130, its highest since March 21.
The dollar also got a boost from Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, who said he was in line with most of his colleagues in supporting further rate hikes this year. Evans is known as one of the Fed's most consistent supporters of low interest rates.