The dollar firmed on Monday after positive U.S. employment figures, which boosted bond yields on the prospects of rising inflation.
The dollar index traded at 89.127 after jumping 0.6 percent on Friday, when the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported salaries growing at their fastest rate in more than 8-1/2 years.
The greenback slipped 0.25 percent to 109.925 yen.
The euro was stable at $1.2462 after sliding 0.5 percent on Friday to retreat from a three-year high of $1.2538 touched on Jan. 26.
Sterling traded at $1.4123 after losing 1 percent in the previous session. British currency scaled a 1-1/2-year top of $1.4346 late last month.