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USD US dollar 0.7665 -0.0008 -0.1 0.7682 0.7661
EUR EU euro 0.6856 0.0028 0.41 0.686 0.683
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9523 0.0008 0.08 0.9534 0.9513
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1257 0.006 0.54 1.1275 1.1207
GBP British pound 0.4875 0 0 0.4883 0.4872
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.9442 -0.0041 -0.07 5.9555 5.9392
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10222.98 -12.8 -0.13 10247.79 10213.65
JPY Japanese yen 93.7 -0.32 -0.34 94.18 93.69
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0328 0.0002 0.02 1.0346 1.0325
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8989 -0.0035 -0.12 2.9058 2.8939
DKK Danish krone 5.1151 0.0209 0.41 5.1182 5.0967
SEK Swedish krone 6.3232 0.0109 0.17 6.3296 6.3128
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0446 0.017 0.28 6.0513 6.0319
PHP Philippine peso 34.61 0.035 0.1 34.676 34.591
THB Thai baht 25.89 0 0 25.95 25.88
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7589 -0.0049 -0.1 4.7694 4.7566
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Currency news

Euro slips back as Greek default looms
The euro has slipped back in Asian trade after rallying from an almost one-month low.
Aussie higher as Greece crisis continues
The Australian dollar is higher as cautious traders watch developments in Greece on fears it will default on its debt repayment.
$A higher as Greece edges towards default
The Australian dollar is stronger as Greece heads towards a default on its international debt obligations and a possible exit from the eurozone.
NZ dollar recovers after decline
The NZ dollar gains ground after suffering a fall following the inability of Greece to strike a deal with its creditors.
$A higher amid Greek debt crisis
The Australian dollar is higher as global financial markets focus on Greece's debt problem and its proposed bailout package and possible 'Grexit'.
Greek debt crisis puts $A under pressure
The Australian dollar touched a two month low as the uncertainty created by the Greek debt crisis deterred investors away from riskier assets.
NZ dollar edges up from five-year low
The kiwi dollar may resume its slide as the deadline looms for Greece to make a debt repayment it can't afford
Aussie dollar falls on Greek debt crisis
The Australian dollar is lower as investors react to growing fears Greece will miss its looming debt repayment.
Euro drops below $US1.1
The euro dropped below the $US1.1 mark for the first time since early June as concerns grow that Greece is headed for a debt default.
$A lower after Greek debt talks fail
The Australian dollar is lower as global financial markets await the opening of Greek banks following the breakdown of debt talks.

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