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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7269 -0.0033 -0.45 0.7321 0.7263
EUR EU euro 0.6636 -0.0001 -0.02 0.6672 0.663
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9565 0.002 0.21 0.9604 0.9555
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1035 -0.0015 -0.14 1.1097 1.1024
GBP British pound 0.4665 0.0001 0.02 0.4681 0.4659
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.6354 -0.0164 -0.29 5.6758 5.6314
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9809.52 -50.21 -0.51 9901.65 9808.68
JPY Japanese yen 90.32 -0.01 -0.01 90.7 90.26
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0004 0.0009 0.09 1.0051 1.0005
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.7987 0.0171 0.61 2.8124 2.7875
DKK Danish krone 4.9521 -0.0003 -0.01 4.9759 4.9476
SEK Swedish krone 6.2835 0.0021 0.03 6.318 6.2753
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9758 0.0167 0.28 5.992 5.9593
PHP Philippine peso 33.218 -0.061 -0.18 33.42 33.217
THB Thai baht 25.49 -0.01 -0.04 25.63 25.49
CNY Chinese yuan 4.5131 -0.0138 -0.3 4.5461 4.5108
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Currency news

$A slightly higher due to US dollar falls
Expectation that a US interest rate hike may be delayed due to weak wage inflation growth has helped the Australian dollar move slightly higher.
Chinese data doesn't dent kiwi dollar
Weaker than expected Chinese economic data would normally weigh on currencies like the kiwi dollar, but that has been countered by weak US data.
$A edges higher on quiet bank holiday
The Australian dollar is higher after dipping briefly in morning trade following data showing China's manufacturing activity had shrunk to a two-year low.
$A up after US wage growth hits record low
The Australian dollar is higher against the greenback after a sharp decline in US wages raised doubts about Fed plans to raise interest rates in September.
Kiwi up on weak US job figures
The NZ dollar rose as high as US66.73 cents after US employment figures showed slower the number of jobs was growing slowly.
$A up amid weak US wage growth data
The Aussie dollar is stronger after the greenback fell on record low wage growth data, causing pricing for a September US rate hike to dip slightly.
Dollar drops after feeble US wage growth
The US dollar has slipped against both the euro and yen, after the release of weak wages data.
$A lower in quiet trade
The Australian dollar is slightly lower as traders take a breather between two busy weeks of economic events.
$A lower ahead of another busy week
The Australian dollar is slightly lower as traders take a breather between two busy weeks of economic events.
NZ dollar drops on weak business sentiment
The New Zealand dollar fell on news of weaker business confidence and there could be more bad news next week

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