Currency converter

Amount to convert
From
To

40000   US dollars =
54076.0000   AUD

Current exchange rate
1.3519
Change
-0.0015 (-0.11%)
Prices delayed by 20 minutes during market trading hours

Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.7405 0.0018 0.24 0.7408 0.738
EUR EU euro 0.6687 0.0013 0.19 0.669 0.6647
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9631 0.0012 0.12 0.9643 0.9616
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0451 -0.0024 -0.23 1.0486 1.0449
GBP British pound 0.5559 0.0023 0.42 0.5563 0.5528
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.7331 0.0023 0.04 5.7458 5.7268
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9746.09 17.41 0.18 9754.8 9730.53
JPY Japanese yen 75.65 -0.24 -0.32 76.02 75.59
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0002 0.0008 0.08 1.0017 0.9991
MYR Malaysian ringgit 3.0022 -0.0043 -0.14 3.0142 3.0014
DKK Danish krone 4.9749 0.0056 0.11 4.9759 4.9553
SEK Swedish krone 6.2894 0.0067 0.11 6.2949 6.2703
NOK Norwegian krone 6.2749 0.0151 0.24 6.2773 6.2472
PHP Philippine peso 34.636 -0.126 -0.36 34.857 34.619
THB Thai baht 26.05 0.03 0.12 26.09 26.02
CNY Chinese yuan 4.91 0.0013 0.03 4.9213 4.9086
Prices delayed by 20 minutes during market trading hours

Currency news

$A down on stronger US outlook
The Australian dollar has fallen as the improving US economic outlook offset its brief post-Brexit rally.
9135517
NZ dollar takes a breather after Brexit
The New Zealand dollar was little changed as traders took a breather following a period of volatility after the UK voted to leave the European Union last week.
9135515
$A slips as US economic outlook improves
The Australian dollar is slightly lower after the improving US economic outlook lifted the greenback.
9135509
Aust dollar slips in flight to safety
The Australian dollar has closed slightly lower against the greenback after a volatile session that saw the Aussie slip to around 73.5 US cents before finding support.
9135361
Fear factor drives $A lower
The Australian dollar has closed slightly lower against the greenback after a volatile session that saw the Aussie slip to around 73.5 US cents before finding support.
9135345
Cameron comments help NZD past 70 US cents
The New Zealand dollar rose back above 70 US cents after British Prime Minister David Cameron reiterated he would leave Brexit negotiations to his successor and won't invoke article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty that would begin the process for leaving the regional economic bloc.
9135304
$A slides on Brexit aftershocks
The Australian dollar has fallen as aftershocks and waves of risk-off sentiment sweep through markets following the Brexit vote.
9135229
$A sinks on weak yuan, Britain downgrade
The Australian dollar has fallen sharply following the devaluation of the Chinese yuan and Britain's ratings downgrade.
9135092
NZ dollar continues climb against pound
The New Zealand dollar hit a three-year high against the British pound amid continued uncertainty about the outlook for the UK following that country's vote to leave the European Union.
9135084
$A sinks on Britain ratings downgrade
The Australian dollar has plummeted close to one US cent on the back of Britain's credit ratings downgrade.
9135076
+ MORE ARTICLES
advertisement
 
TEST


Reuters content is the intellectual property of Thomson Reuters or its third party content providers. Any copying, republication or redistribution of Reuters content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters shall not be liable for any errors or delays in content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.

"Reuters" and the Reuters Logo are trademarks of Thomson Reuters and its affiliated companies. For additional information on other Reuters media services please visit http://about.reuters.com/media/.

FTSE®", FT-SE®", Footsie®", ["FTSE4Good®" and "techMARK"] are trade marks jointly owned by the London Stock Exchange Plc and The Financial Times Limited and are used by FTSE International Limited ("FTSE") under licence. ["All-World®", All- Share®"; and "All-Small®"; are trade marks of FTSE.] "The FTSE [NAME OF FTSE INDEX] is calculated by FTSE. FTSE does not sponsor, endorse or promote this product and is not in any way connected to it and does not accept any liability in relation to its issue, operation and trading."