The euro rose against the dollar and the yen on Friday after being approved and euro zone finance ministers to extend the deal to save Greece to four months.
EUR / USD has increased by 0.13% to trade at 1.1383 in late trading, recovering from lows recorded in the session 1.1278, while the EUR / JPY rising 0.18% to hit 135.47.
The euro zone agreed to extend the deal to save Greece amounting to 240 billion euros, which fell by fears that the country will face a liquidity crisis due to the end of the rescue deal at the end of this month.
The market sentiment has declined because of fears of a Greek exit from the European Union in the event of failure to pay the debt on time.
There in front of Athens has until Monday to make a list of reforms to be approved by creditors in the country in order to secure the extension of the rescue package for four months, which will give more time to reach a permanent agreement with its creditors.
Earlier in the day, data showed that private sector activity in the euro zone expanded at the fastest pace in seven months in February, as companies continued to cut prices, underscoring concerns about the continued decline in inflation levels.
Rose (Flash), a Markit PMI, which measures activity in the sectors of manufacturing and services, to 53.5, the highest level since July 2014 from a final reading of $ 52.6 in the last month.
And circulation of the dollar / yen to end the session on Friday at 119.02, little changed for the day.
And trading the dollar index, which measures the strength of the dollar against a basket of six major currencies, was at 94.40 on Friday evening.
In other trading the Canadian dollar fell against the US dollar on Friday after official data showed that Canadian retail sales fell 2.0% in the month of December, the biggest drop since April 2010.
It has USD / CAD rose 0.28% to reach 1.2530 in late trading, and ended the week 0.6% gains.
Weak data was seen as a catalyst to increase the likelihood of another cut in interest rates by the Bank of Canada, which led to the decline in the Canadian dollar.
During this week will be on Tuesday, president of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen to make its report before the Banking Committee in the Senate will also be monitoring their statements closely for any indication about to start raising interest rates in the United States.
With traders watching Monday's deadline for a deal to rescue Greece.