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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7241 0.0062 0.86 0.7249 0.7182
EUR EU euro 0.6506 0.0067 1.04 0.651 0.6444
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9435 0.0069 0.74 0.9441 0.9372
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0764 0.0044 0.41 1.0771 1.0708
GBP British pound 0.4936 0.0032 0.65 0.4941 0.4894
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.6277 0.0504 0.9 5.631 5.5804
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9864.88 72.72 0.74 9870.33 9783.74
JPY Japanese yen 80.53 0.76 0.95 80.67 79.74
SGD Singapore dollar 0.9995 0.0077 0.78 1.0001 0.9918
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9809 0.0267 0.9 2.9836 2.9561
DKK Danish krone 4.8388 0.0457 0.95 4.8417 4.7954
SEK Swedish krone 6.0357 0.0532 0.89 6.0392 5.9797
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0459 0.0559 0.93 6.0523 5.9924
PHP Philippine peso 33.844 0.262 0.78 33.867 33.559
THB Thai baht 25.87 0.2 0.78 25.89 25.67
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7681 0.0436 0.92 4.7715 4.7297
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Currency news

$A jumps amid strong chance of GDP upgrade
An improvement of Australia's current account deficit has made a March quarter GDP upgrade likely, triggering a rally of the Australian dollar.
US dollar supported by Fed expectations
The US dollar is staying near its two month highs, supported by expectations the US Federal Reserve will raise its interest rate soon.
$A higher as greenback loses steam
The US Memorial Day holiday has triggered a pause in US dollar buying, pushing the Australian dollar slightly higher.
NZ dollar static as holidays limit trading
The NZ dollar moves little overnight as holidays in the UK and the US limit trading volumes.
$A higher amid greenback buying pause
Traders have paused after three days buying US dollars, while the Australian dollar is being supported by rising equity markets.
$A down after US Fed flags more hikes
A stronger greenback and softer local company profits have undermined the Australian dollar as the US Fed flagged more rate hikes.
NZD falls as greenback fanned by rate-hike
The kiwi fell to 66.84 US cents after comments by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen added to expectations US interest rates will soon rise.
$A sold off amid rate speculation
Market speculation about a looming rate cut in Australia and a possible hike in the US have led to a selloff of the Australian dollar.
NZ dollar falls on US rate hike talk
After a speech by US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen pointed at a looming rate hike the NZ dollar falls as the greenback gains.
$A weaker on US rate hike speech
US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen's speech in support for an interest rate rise in coming months has boosted the greenback against the Aussie dollar.

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