TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar rose from near a three-week low against major rivals on Tuesday, buoyed by a bump in Treasury yields, as traders awaited highly anticipated U.S. inflation data later in the day.
The dollar index, also known as DXY, added 0.2% to 92.281 in the Asian session, moving away from Thursday’s low of 91.995, which was the weakest since March 23.
The U.S. currency strengthened 0.3% to 109.73 yen, after slipping below 109 last week for the first time since March 25.
The Australian dollar slid 0.3% to $0.75990, while the British pound declined 0.1% to $1.37305.
In cryptocurrencies, bitcoin traded slightly higher at $60,369.01, closing the gap to the record high of $61,781.83 reached a month ago.
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