Ahead of growth report and spending data from the US, the dollar traded near two-weeks high against the yen, adding more assurance to investors that the world's leading economy's recovery is gathering momentum.
The euro fell against the dollar due to lack of major fundamentals from Europe, where it's trading at 1.3704, compared with the opening levels of 1.3723, while reached the highest level at 1.3743 and the lowest at 1.3694.
The pound fell as well, trading at 1.5860, compared with the opening levels of 1.5924, while setting a high of 1.5924 and a low of 1.5853.
The dollar dropped against the yen, to trade at 82.64, compared with the opening levels of 82.89 while setting a high of 82.90 and a low of 82.57
The US will release its advanced fourth-quarter reading, with expectations that the economy managed to expand by 3.5% on a yearly basis, compared with the previous 2.6 percent expansion reported earlier.