LONDON (AFP) - The euro reached 1.30 dollars for the first time since May 10 on Friday, with the single currency rising on concerns about the strength of the US economy following weak data, traders said. The euro reached 1.3006 dollars in afternoon European trade the highest level for almost two months. Mark OSullivan, director of dealing at trading firm Currencies Direct, said the euro has also pushed higher on the sentiment that the European stress test results due next Friday will remove concerns surrounding European banks and restore some confidence in the eurozone. European officials hope results of 'stress tests on 91 banks accounting for 65 percent of the European banking system will reassure investors worried that some lenders may have hidden the true extent of their exposure to bad debt.