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40000   US dollars =
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.775 -0.0016 -0.21 0.7766 0.7729
EUR EU euro 0.6863 -0.0012 -0.17 0.6879 0.6835
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9857 -0.0026 -0.26 0.9882 0.9837
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0694 0.001 0.09 1.0699 1.0652
GBP British pound 0.5147 -0.0004 -0.08 0.5149 0.5125
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.0202 0.0026 0.04 6.0202 5.9923
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9835.64 3.8 0.04 9835.64 9792.64
JPY Japanese yen 90.77 -0.4 -0.44 91.18 90.48
SGD Singapore dollar 1.052 0.0012 0.11 1.052 1.0469
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8183 0.0011 0.04 2.8183 2.8072
DKK Danish krone 5.1134 0.0019 0.04 5.1134 5.0899
SEK Swedish krone 6.4155 -0.0037 -0.06 6.4254 6.3914
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0006 0.0024 0.04 6.0006 5.9758
PHP Philippine peso 34.287 0.013 0.04 34.287 34.193
THB Thai baht 25.39 -0.05 -0.2 25.42 25.31
CNY Chinese yuan 4.8534 0.0019 0.04 4.8534 4.831
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Currency news

Rate cut expectations weigh on $A
The Australian dollar is struggling near five-and-a-half-year lows amid growing expectations that the Reserve Bank will cut interest rates this week.
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NZ dollar weakens further
The New Zealand dollar touched a fresh four-year low at the weekend on concern about a slower outlook for the Chinese economy, Asia's largest and New Zealand's biggest trading partner.
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$A struggling ahead of RBA meeting
The Australian dollar is struggling to hold above 77 US cents amid growing expectations of a rate cut on Tuesday.
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$A sheds one US cent on rate cut hopes
The Australian dollar has hit a fresh five-and-a-half year low and is likely to fall further as interest rate cut expectations grow.
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NZ dollar heads for 2.1% weekly decline
The New Zealand dollar is headed for a 2.1 per cent weekly decline against the US dollar, having hit a four-year low after the Reserve Bank removed its bias for higher interest rates.
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$A slides on rate cut prospects
Weak commodity prices and expectations of a pending interest rate cut are pushing the Australian dollar lower.
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US dollar mostly up ahead of US GDP data
The US dollar has risen against the yen ahead of a key US economic report, while the Swiss franc fell sharply against the euro and the greenback.
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$A falls below 78 US cents
The Australian dollar has hit a new five and a half year low, weighed down by growing interest rate cut expectations and a surging US dollar.
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NZ dollar touches fresh four-year low
The New Zealand dollar touched a fresh four-year low on increased bets the Reserve Bank may cut interest rates after governor Graeme Wheeler said inflation will stay low for longer and rates could go either way.
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$A lower on rate cut expectations
The Australian dollar has fallen below 78 US cents for the first time in five and a half years amid expectations that the Reserve Bank will cut the cash rate next week.
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