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USD US dollar 0.691 -0.0105 -1.5 0.702 0.691
EUR EU euro 0.6216 -0.0089 -1.41 0.6314 0.6215
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9177 -0.0065 -0.7 0.9266 0.9166
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1008 0.0057 0.52 1.1026 1.0941
GBP British pound 0.4551 -0.0046 -1 0.4603 0.4549
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.3581 -0.0782 -1.44 5.4406 5.3553
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9790.22 -148.63 -1.5 9945.94 9791.47
JPY Japanese yen 82.28 -1.94 -2.3 84.37 82.21
SGD Singapore dollar 0.9828 -0.0103 -1.04 0.9943 0.983
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9426 -0.0283 -0.95 2.9847 2.9444
DKK Danish krone 4.6376 -0.0671 -1.43 4.7094 4.6379
SEK Swedish krone 5.8565 -0.0391 -0.66 5.9167 5.8468
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7454 -0.0611 -1.05 5.815 5.7454
PHP Philippine peso 32.438 -0.35 -1.07 32.811 32.404
THB Thai baht 24.84 -0.29 -1.15 25.16 24.82
CNY Chinese yuan 4.3938 -0.0642 -1.44 4.4611 4.3926
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Currency news

$A falls to six year low on global worries
The Australian dollar has slumped to its lowest level since April 2009 ahead of key US jobs figures.
NZ dollar heads for 1.5% weekly decline
A strong US employment report may push the kiwi dollar below 63 US cents, says HiFX's John Chisholm.
$A sags after retail sales disappoint
The Australian dollar has continued to slip south following Thursday's disappointing retail sales data and ahead of the US non-farm payrolls report.
Euro down on weaker ECB inflation, growth
The European Central Bank has cut its inflation and growth forecasts, driving the euro down against the US dollar.
$A steadies after ECB forecast downgrade
The Australian dollar has largely steadied after an European Central Bank forecast downgrade caused it to reverse most of its gains overnight.
NZ dollar jumps on ECB economic downgrade
The NZ dollar makes gains against the euro after the European Central Bank lowered its forecasts for inflation and the economy.
$A down after ECB cut growth forecasts
The Australian dollar is lower after the European Central Bank left interest rates on hold but downgraded inflation and growth forecasts.
$A dragged down by weak retail spending
The Australian dollar has dipped below 70 US cents again, weighed down by weak local retail spending figures.
$A dragged down by weak retail data
The Australian dollar has dipped below 70 US cents again, weighed down by weak local retail spending figures.
NZ dollar slips after China calms markets
The kiwi dollar has eased against the greenback ahead of US employment data which may leave the door open for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.

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