The Japanese yen gained, retreating from a 1-week high of 102.65, touched in the previous session. The dollar came under fresh selling pressure as it failed to take advantage from a risk-on market environment, supported by rising European equities and a recovery in oil prices. The greenback trades 0.2 percent lower at 102.26, attempting to sustain gains above the 102.00 handle. The short term trend is slightly bullish as long as support 100 holds. The major resistance is around 102.65 and any break above confirms minor trend reversal, a jump till 103/104 is possible. On the lower side, major support is around 100 and any break below 100 will drag the pair till 98.