Meanwhile, the yen remained supported as Brent crude, the global benchmark, dropped below the $30 per barrel threshold on Friday, the lowest level since 2004, pressured by concerns over a global supply glut, with USD/JPY tumbled 1.08% to 116.76.
The commodity-related currencies remained under heavy pressure due to the ongoing oil rout.
The Australian dollar plummeted 1.51% against the U.S. dollar, to nearly six-year lows of 0.6878 and NZD/USD tumbled 1.17% to three-month lows of 0.6398.
The American dollar climbed 0.86% against its Canadian counterpart, with USD/CAD to trade at 1.4492, to an almost 13-year peak.
Meanwhile, EUR/USD advanced 0.77% to trade at 1.0951.
Elsewhere, the dollar was higher against the pound, with GBP/USD down 0.51% to fresh five-and-a-half year lows of 1.4339, and was lower against the Swiss franc, with USD/CHFdeclining 0.52% to 0.9995.
The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was down 0.48% at 98.61.