The dollar slumped to its nadir levels in more than three years versus a basket of its major peers on Friday, on course for its largest weekly decline in two years.
The dollar’s index dropped to 88.253, its trough since December 2014. The index was on track for a weekly decline of 2 percent.
The greenback fell to 105.545 yen in Asian trading, its lowest level in 15 months.
The euro soared to a three-year high of $1.2556 set to rise 2.4 percent this week.
Sterling edged up to $1.4131.