The dollar slumped on Friday, stung by a September U.S. jobs report depicting slower hiring, which raised doubts the economy was strong enough for the Federal Reserve to raise U.S. interest rates this year as had been widely anticipated.
The common currency last traded up 0.16 percent at $1.1208.
Payrolls outside of farming rose by 142,000 last month and August figures were revised sharply lower to show only 136,000 jobs added in August, the Labor Department said on Friday. Economists had expected employers to have added 203,000 jobs in September, according to a Reuters poll.
The data marked the smallest two-month gain in employment in over a year and could fuel fears that a China-led global economic slowdown may sap America's strength.