The dollar dipped on Wednesday against a basket of currencies, struggling to post further gains.
The dollar edged down, stepping back from recent highs as market attention turns to who will next head the U.S. central bank.
Investors bet that an emphatic election victory for Japan's ruling party would see a continuation of the ultra-loose "Abenomics" policy.
The dollar rose as progress on U.S. tax reforms raised prospects of a fiscal lift to the economy.
The euro has remained impervious to political developments recently, but investors said the single currency could run into some resistance.
The dollar edged higher as markets awaited further news on the possible appointment of a hawk as Fed chair and progress on U.S. tax reforms.
The dollar rose to a one-week high against a basket of currencies on Tuesday on speculation about the Federal Reserve head.
The dollar gained slightly on Monday as investors repositioned after the greenback hit its lowest levels in more than two weeks on Friday.
The dollar was little changed against a basket of currencies on Friday, shaking off early weakness.
The dollar rose on Thursday after a report showed a rise in U.S. producer prices in September.
The dollar fell on Wednesday to a two-week low against a basket of currencies.
The euro hit a one-week peak on Tuesday.
The dollar steadied close to its highest level in ten weeks on Monday.
A number of venture capital firms are starting to invest in Initial Coin Offerings, despite the risks.
The U.S. dollar tumbled on Friday on a report that North Korea is preparing to test a long-range missile, overturning earlier gains.
The U.S. dollar index rose to seven-week highs on Thursday as data pointed to solid U.S. growth.
The dollar weakened ahead of Friday's highly anticipated jobs report, but pared losses on a strong non-manufacturing report.
The dollar weakened slightly against the euro on Tuesday as investors squared positions after a three week greenback rally.
The dollar gained against the euro and the yen on Monday as investors took a bullish view of the U.S. economy.
The dollar was little changed on Friday after conflicting U.S. economic data, leaving it on course for its largest weekly rise this year.