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40000   US dollars =
54848.0000   AUD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7293 0.0002 0.03 0.7322 0.7286
EUR EU euro 0.6647 0.0012 0.18 0.6673 0.6637
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9458 0.0021 0.22 0.9487 0.9439
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1 0.0069 0.63 1.1032 1.0939
GBP British pound 0.4669 -0.0003 -0.06 0.4693 0.4668
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.651 -0.0004 -0.01 5.6752 5.648
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9818.68 8.64 0.09 9860.54 9807.46
JPY Japanese yen 90.6 0.25 0.28 90.89 90.36
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0012 0.0033 0.33 1.0034 0.9979
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.7819 0.0024 0.09 2.7919 2.7772
DKK Danish krone 4.9583 0.006 0.12 4.979 4.9524
SEK Swedish krone 6.2828 -0.0145 -0.23 6.3305 6.2754
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9328 -0.0063 -0.11 5.9818 5.9364
PHP Philippine peso 33.288 0.127 0.38 33.396 33.155
THB Thai baht 25.59 0.11 0.43 25.69 25.48
CNY Chinese yuan 4.528 0.0011 0.02 4.5459 4.5244
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Currency news

$A slightly weaker, helped by RBA remarks
The Australian dollar is only slightly lower with traders preferring to focus on optimistic comment from the Reserve Bank governor rather than disappointing housing figures.
Kiwi declines as greenback gets boost
The New Zealand dollar has fallen as a combination of Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler's depreciation message and a more optimistic US labour market view from the Federal Reserve weighed on the local currency.
$A lower after Fed meeting
The Australian dollar is slightly lower after the US Federal Reserve indicated that it was still inclined to raise its interest rate this year.
US dollar up as Fed keeps rates on hold
The US dollar has pushed higher against other major currencies after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, but left the path clear for a hike in the coming months.
$A lower as Fed leaves room for Sept hike
The Australian dollar is weaker against a greenback that has been strengthened by positive comments from the US Federal Reserve.
NZ dollar falls on greenback strength
The New Zealand dollar fell after the Federal Reserve noted a strengthening US labour market and improvement in the housing market helping lift the greenback.
$A down as US Fed leaves rates unchanged
The Australian dollar is lower after the US Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged but kept a September rate rise on the table.
$A gains as market mood improves
The Australian dollar is slightly higher on the back of an improved performance by Asian and Australian stock markets.
Kiwi rises after Reserve Bank confidence
The New Zealand dollar rose above 67 US cents after Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler said while some easing in monetary policy is likely the economy isn't so weak as to need substantial new stimulus.
$A strengthens as commodities rebound
The Australian dollar is firmer after traders took heart from an overnight pause in commodity price declines amid easing concerns about China's sharemarket pull-back.

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