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SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.8007 0.0151 1.92 0.8025 0.7835
EUR EU euro 0.7298 0.0085 1.18 0.7308 0.7209
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9632 0.0138 1.45 0.9652 0.9478
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0369 0.0098 0.95 1.0384 1.0266
GBP British pound 0.5225 0.0071 1.38 0.5235 0.5149
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.2071 0.1191 1.96 6.2195 6.0731
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10387.79 194.63 1.91 10412.44 10173.75
JPY Japanese yen 95.14 1.63 1.74 95.42 93.36
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0544 0.0114 1.09 1.0582 1.0408
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8464 0.0453 1.62 2.8521 2.7905
DKK Danish krone 5.4446 0.0634 1.18 5.4536 5.379
SEK Swedish krone 6.8379 0.0844 1.25 6.8575 6.747
NOK Norwegian krone 6.1265 0.0577 0.95 6.146 6.0585
PHP Philippine peso 35.379 0.648 1.87 35.471 34.693
THB Thai baht 26.14 0.54 2.11 26.17 25.56
CNY Chinese yuan 4.9665 0.0812 1.66 4.9783 4.873
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Currency news

$A reaches five-week high on RBA speech
The Australian dollar touched a one-month high after RBA governor Glenn Stevens convinced traders a May interest rate cut won't happen.
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$A gets a boost from RBA chief's speech
The Australian dollar is firmer after RBA governor Glenn Stevens convinced traders a May interest rate cut won't happen.
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Kiwi extends slide against Aussie
A recovery in iron ore prices from 10-year lows has helped the Aussie gain against the kiwi dollar.
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$A higher on concerns over US data
The local currency is higher amid worries about downbeat US economic data ahead of this week's US central bank meeting.
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Euro up third straight day on US dollar
The euro has racked up its third straight gain against the US dollar on speculation the US Federal Reserve will continue to be dovish on interest rates.
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$A up as traders await RBA speech
The Australian dollar is higher amid weaker-than-expected US economic data as traders await a Federal Reserve meeting and a speech from the RBA governor.
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$A follows global shares higher
The Australian dollar has risen after a positive lead from global stocks ahead of this week's US Federal Reserve meeting.
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Kiwi lifts against weak US dollar
The NZ dollar has made gains against the US dollar has the world's biggest economy looks to delay an interest rate hike.
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$A weaker ahead of RBA Governor speech
The local currency is slightly weaker ahead of a speech from RBA governor Glenn Stevens on Tuesday morning.
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$A higher as traders await RBA speech
The local currency has nudged higher ahead of a speech from RBA governor Glenn Stevens on Tuesday morning.
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