The dollar retreated from three-year trough on Thursday as comments by European Central Bank policymakers paused the European single currency recent rally.
The dollar index ticked up 0.3 percent to 90.793 .DXY after climbing overnight from a three-year trough of 90.279 scaled earlier in the week.
The greenback was unchanged at 111.270 yen after rising 0.75 percent overnight, when it jumped from a four-month trough of 110.190.
The euro was steady at $1.2203, dipping from a three-year top above $1.2300 after some ECB policymakers voiced concerns over the common currency's strength.
Sterling was traded at $1.3840, its highest level since June 2016.