NEW YORK (AP) -- The euro is trading lower against the dollar a day after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said he will keep a close eye on the impact of a stronger euro.
The euro fell to $1.3365 in afternoon trading from $1.3401 late Thursday.
The dollar rose to 1.0026 Canadian dollars from 99.83 Canadian cents after Canada said that its economy shed 21,900 jobs last month.
In other trading, the British pound rose $1.5802 from $1.5713.
The dollar fell to 92.84 Japanese yen from 93.52 yen and to 0.9175 Swiss franc from 0.9181 Swiss franc.
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