The dollar weakened Friday against its main rivals after official data showed jobs growth decelerated last month to its weakest level since late 2010. The euro surged to $1.1348 after the data, its highest level in about two weeks, up from $1.1156 earlier. The dollar fell to 107.87 yen -- its weakest level in nearly a month -- compared with 108.82 before the data. The pound climbed to $1.4523, compared with $1.4430 shortly beforehand.
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