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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7311 0.0085 1.18 0.7321 0.7223
EUR EU euro 0.6882 0.0043 0.63 0.689 0.6835
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9766 0.0111 1.15 0.9774 0.9641
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0948 -0.002 -0.18 1.0988 1.0926
GBP British pound 0.4851 0.0053 1.1 0.4855 0.4796
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.6607 0.0589 1.05 5.6758 5.6005
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10062.16 68.6 0.69 10088.34 9996.63
JPY Japanese yen 89.75 0.81 0.91 89.98 88.91
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0283 0.0093 0.91 1.0301 1.0192
MYR Malaysian ringgit 3.0892 0.0138 0.45 3.0968 3.076
DKK Danish krone 5.1348 0.0322 0.63 5.1397 5.0994
SEK Swedish krone 6.3497 0.0438 0.69 6.3545 6.2982
NOK Norwegian krone 6.3239 0.0407 0.65 6.3398 6.278
PHP Philippine peso 34.432 0.376 1.1 34.517 34.078
THB Thai baht 26.12 0.26 1.01 26.19 25.88
CNY Chinese yuan 4.6722 0.0489 1.06 4.6843 4.6214
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Currency news

$A boosted by China data and RBA
The Australian dollar is higher after the release of better than expected Chinese manufacturing figures and the Reserve Bank left rates on hold.
Upbeat data keeps kiwi flying along
The New Zealand dollar was the winner after a day of upbeat economic data from across Asia saw a continued sell-off in the US dollar.
$A boosted by building approvals figures
The Australian dollar is higher after the release of better than expected building approvals figures and ahead of the RBA's interest rate decision.
Dollar higher as ECB to boost eurozone
The euro has fallen against the US dollar closing at $US1.0566 as the European Central Bank looks to stimulate the eurozone with additional measures.
$A surges ahead of RBA meeting
The Australian dollar is higher ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's December meeting which is expected to keep the bank's interest rate on hold.
NZ dollar advances as investors eye yields
The NZ dollar has inched higher to 66 US cents as investors seek out currencies with higher interest rates.
$A higher ahead of RBA meeting
The Australian dollar is back above 72 US cents as the market waits for the RBA interest rate decision.
Weak commodity prices weigh on $A
The Australian dollar is hovering below 72 US cents after falling on weak commodity prices and US dollar strength.
Kiwi little changed as RBA review looms
The New Zealand dollar had a quiet day on the trading floor ahead of monetary policy reviews in Australia, Canada and Europe.
$A has fallen ahead of rate decision
The Australian dollar is lower after falling on weak investment figures last week and as traders await Tuesday's RBA interest rate decision.

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