Revised growth in U.S. gross domestic product contributed to the rise of the dollar.
The dollar index was up 0.1% at 100.51 after reaching a two-week peak on Thursday. Despite 1.7% gain this week, the dollar is going to lose 1.7% by the end of the quarter.
Against the yen, the dollar added 0.2% to 112,125 after a 0.8% leap on Thursday, but is set for a 4% quarterly loss.
The euro slightly rose to $1.068, offsetting a drop of 0.8% on Thursday. The single European currency is up 1% for March and 1.5% for the qua