For the second week in a row, the New Zealand dollar fell sharply at the end of the week trading in New York.
The US Department of Labor reported a rise of 175,000 in payrolls last month, beating estimates by around 26,000, or about 15%.
Against the US dollar, the kiwi fell below 79 USc for the first time since July 2012.
Against the Japanese yen, the kiwi fell below 77 yen for the first time since March 1, 2013.
Against the euro, the kiwi fell below 60 euro cents for the first time since May 2012.
Against the British pound, the kiwi fell below 51 pence for the first time since December 31, 2012.
Against the Aussie dollar, the kiwi fell on the day although we are tracking the trans tasman currency which fell in a similar manner to the kiwi.
The TWI is now at 73.7, its lowest level in 2013.
Also of note is that China's yuan reached a new high against the US dollar - just in time for the US-China summit.
Those stronger-than-expected US jobs numbers saw US equities rise, oil jump, and gold retreat back below US$1,400/oz.
The NZ dollar has fallen 8.8% since it reached US$0.8634 on April 12, just over 8 weeks ago.