August 5 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Friday, recouping some of this week’s losses on strong US jobs growth data, but ended the week at their lowest level since February, shaken by worries a recession could hit fuel demand.

Brent crude rose 80 cents to $94.92 a barrel, down 11% from last Friday. US West Texas Intermediate crude was up 47 cents at $89.01, down 8% on the week.

US job growth unexpectedly accelerated in July as nonfarm payrolls rose by 528,000…