The dollar fell against the yen and the Swiss franc Monday as concerns about geopolitical risks following North Korea's latest nuclear test resurfaced.
The dollar added to its losses on Friday after the release of disappointing U.S. employment data.
Unimpressive U.S. economic data failed to boost expectations for another Federal Reserve rate increase this year.
The U.S. dollar rose broadly on speculation the European Central Bank could step in to weaken the euro.
The U.S. dollar turned positive against a basket of major rivals on Tuesday after touching its lowest level in more than 2½ years.
The U.S. dollar index dropped to its lowest in roughly 16 months and a more than 2½-year low against the euro on Monday.
The euro soared to its highest level in more than two years after ECB President Mario Draghi did not express concern about a strong euro.
The dollar edged higher on Thursday after another politically driven slide against the euro and yen in the previous session.
The dollar fell on Wednesday in a generally risk-averse market after President Trump threatens a government shutdown, termination of NAFTA.
The yen and gold gained ground after Trump threatened a government shutdown if he doesn’t get funding for a border wall with Mexico.
The dollar rallied on Tuesday after falling for two straight days, benefiting from the euro's decline.
The dollar slumped on Monday amid geopolitical tension in North Korea, ahead of the annual central banking conference in Jackson Hole.
The dollar fell against a basket of major currencies on Friday in wake of continued political uncertainty.
The dollar rose but was volatile as rumors swirled about the possible resignation of Gary Cohn.
The dollar fell on Wednesday after the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting.
The dollar rose to its highest level against a basket of major currencies in nearly three weeks.
The dollar rose as traders unwound bearish bets against the U.S. currency in the wake of increasing tensions with North Korea.
The dollar fell against a basket of currencies on Friday, after data showed U.S. consumer prices rose less than expected in July.
The U.S. dollar slipped to an eight-week low against the Japanese yen on Thursday.
The Swiss franc rallied hard against the euro and the U.S. dollar on Wednesday, as tensions between the United States and North Korea rose.