The dollar index was up 0.13 to 91.40. The Michigan Sentiment Index was due out at 9:50 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. October Wholesale Inventories will be released at 10 a.m.
The euro, which has been trading in the $1.1600 to $1.1800 range recently, was off at $1.1794 after disappointing news about French October Industrial Production. The sterling slid to $1.7500, even though the U.K. October goods trade balance came in at a better than expected 4.6 billion pound deficit vs. a 5.6 billion deficit in September.
The dollar rose to 120.46 yen. Japan's third quarter Gross Domestic Product was revised down to 0.2% growth from the 0.4% initially reported.