The dollar fell against the yen on Friday after data showed U.S. employers cut a bigger-than-expected 190,000 jobs in October, driving the unemployment rate up to 10.2 percent.

Analysts said the report was disappointing and boosted risk aversion trade.

The dollar fell as low as 90.14 yen and was last at 90.17 yen JPY=, compared with 90.70 yen before the report.

The euro fell to $1.4842 EUR= from $1.4860 earlier. It also lost 1.1 percent to 133.66 yen EURJPY=R .