The dollar posted gains on Monday, making a comeback from record lows versus the Euro and other major currencies.

The dollar rose the most against the Euro since July 2006 after having seen its biggest daily fall since June of last year.

In New York trading the dollar was up at $1.4169 per euro after reaching $1.4348 earlier in the day. The dollar had been a $1.4292 late Friday.

The New York Board of Trade's dollar index, which measures the dollar against a basket of six major currencies, rose to 78.01 after dipping below 77.093 earlier in the day.

The Yen rose also rose to 162.50 euros after reaching 160.48, its lowest since September 18.