Minutes from the Fed's January meeting showed policymakers confident in rising inflation and the need for interest rates to keep increasing.
The dollar wobbled Wednesday, after minutes from the Federal Reserve's recent policy meeting pointed to more rate hikes in months to come.
The dollar rose to a six-day high against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday.
The dollar enjoyed a small rebound as investors bought back the greenback following its plunge to three-year lows.
The dollar slipped to its lowest levels in more than three years against a basket of currencies on Friday.
The dollar tumbled across the board on Thursday, hitting a 15-month low against the yen.
The U.S. dollar rose after a stronger-than-expected report of U.S. consumer prices.
The Japanese yen rose to a five-month high on Tuesday on the back of broad-based selling of the dollar.
The dollar fell against the euro on Monday following its best week against the single currency in nearly 15 months.
The dollar rose on Friday, putting it on track for its strongest week in nearly 15 months.
The dollar hit two-week highs against a basket of currencies in choppy trading on Thursday.
The U.S. dollar rose on Wednesday, marking its biggest one-day gain in more than three months.
The U.S. dollar index reversed course on Tuesday, erasing most of the gains it made earlier in the session as Wall Street came off its lows.
The Reserve Bank of Australia said it saw signs of wage pressures in the economy, setting the stage for a rate hike later this year, says Paul Bloxham of HSBC.
The dollar was knocked of a rebound track by the drop in U.S. markets overnight with the direction dependent on how the yen and euro respond, says Ray Attrill of National Australia Bank.
The U.S. dollar rose on Friday after strong national jobs data, but investors were not convinced advances would last past the day.
The dollar failed to hold onto its gains on Thursday, the day after the Federal Reserve said it expected inflation to rise this year.
The dollar index slid to a one-week low on news the Federal Reserve would leave interest rates untouched, before recovering slightly.
The dollar fell on Tuesday, reversing its gains from the day before, as traders awaited a Federal Reserve meeting announcement.
The Australian dollar could see gains to as high as $0.84 as a weak greenback supports a potential trading pattern, Daryl Guppy writes.