Follow-up - and babysit - stopped without the dollar in 2014, its highest level against a basket of major currencies on Friday, with investors cautious and reduce their bets on the rise of the currency and motivation of profit-taking ahead of the word received Janet Yellen president of the Federal Reserve (the Fed).
The dollar index - which measures the performance of the greenback against a basket of major currencies - to 82.106 after rising to 82.364 on Thursday, its highest since early September.
The index is still up 0.8 percent since the beginning of the week and is heading for recording the biggest weekly gains since March.
The dollar found support in the American strong housing data and records of the meeting of the Federal Reserve Board to reflect the tone of a militant.
The greenback fell against the Japanese yen to 103.70, but did not stray too far from its highest level in four and a half months near 103.97 yen recorded on Thursday.
The euro was also higher against the dollar up to 1.3280 dollars away from its lowest level in 11 months of $ 1.3242 hit on Thursday. It is scheduled to deliver a European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's speech also in Jackson Hole on Friday.
The European single currency fell 0.8 percent this week, with the rise of the dollar.
And settled sterling against the dollar at 1.6585 dollars by 0745 GMT to remain close to the low level, which struck on Thursday at 1.6561 dollars, its lowest level since early April.