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40000   US dollars =
52672.0000   AUD

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+0.0088 (0.67%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7594 -0.0049 -0.64 0.7656 0.7591
EUR EU euro 0.6855 -0.0059 -0.85 0.6929 0.6853
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9573 -0.0046 -0.48 0.9637 0.9574
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1379 0.0039 0.34 1.1429 1.1349
GBP British pound 0.4873 -0.0019 -0.39 0.4903 0.4868
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.8831 -0.0421 -0.71 5.9345 5.8853
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10121.27 -61.5 -0.6 10224.41 10127.73
JPY Japanese yen 93.78 -0.34 -0.36 94.43 93.8
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0257 -0.008 -0.77 1.0351 1.0262
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8661 0.0046 0.16 2.889 2.8634
DKK Danish krone 5.1134 -0.0452 -0.88 5.1691 5.1131
SEK Swedish krone 6.4066 0.0015 0.02 6.4493 6.3629
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0287 -0.0334 -0.55 6.0681 6.0119
PHP Philippine peso 34.285 -0.208 -0.6 34.588 34.324
THB Thai baht 25.66 -0.18 -0.7 25.88 25.67
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7091 -0.0302 -0.64 4.7502 4.7108
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Currency news

US economic data drags $A lower
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of weak local trade figures and positive US economic data.
US economic data drags down $A
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of positive US economic data and weak local trade figures.
NZ dollar drops below 67 US cents
The New Zealand dollar has dropped below 67 US cents for the first time in almost five years after plunging dairy prices stoked calls for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates more aggressively than previously anticipated.
$A falls due to trade deficit
The Australian dollar has dipped after the release of disappointing trade figures.
US dollar up ahead of June jobs report
The US dollar has risen against the euro and other major currencies ahead of the June US jobs report.
$A down amid positive US economic figures
The Australian dollar is weaker against the greenback, which has risen on bullish US jobs and factory data.
NZ dollar hits fresh low after dairy slump
The New Zealand dollar touched a fresh five-year low after dairy prices fell to a six-year low in the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight.
$A lower after greenback gains
The Australian dollar is lower after a rise in the greenback following news that Greece had requested a new bailout package.
$A rebounds despite Greek debt crisis
The Australian dollar has gained ground despite a deepening debt crisis in Greece.
Kiwi rally not expected to last long
The New Zealand dollar has risen from a five-year low against the greenback after Greece missed its debt repayment deadline.

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