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40000   US dollars =
45600.00   AUD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8778 0.0041 0.47 0.8816 0.8724
EUR EU euro 0.6943 0.0023 0.33 0.697 0.6913
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9765 0.0013 0.13 0.978 0.974
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1149 -0.0068 -0.61 1.1242 1.1123
GBP British pound 0.5435 0.0038 0.7 0.5442 0.5391
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.8076 0.0238 0.35 6.8449 6.7737
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10651.17 57.56 0.54 10713.2 10582.21
JPY Japanese yen 95.42 0.3 0.32 95.81 95.02
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1164 0.0051 0.46 1.1204 1.1099
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8503 -0.0076 -0.27 2.8684 2.8513
DKK Danish krone 5.1678 0.0159 0.31 5.1884 5.1465
SEK Swedish krone 6.3085 0.004 0.06 6.3445 6.2978
NOK Norwegian krone 5.6555 0.0245 0.44 5.6718 5.6274
PHP Philippine peso 39.325 0.166 0.42 39.43 39.136
THB Thai baht 28.43 0.1 0.35 28.56 28.31
CNY Chinese yuan 5.383 0.0202 0.38 5.4113 5.3557
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Currency news

$A rallies on strong economic data
The Australian dollar surged above 88 US cents following the release of better than expected building approvals and international trade figures.
Kiwi has brief flurry above 79 US cents
The New Zealand dollar has had a brief spurt above 79 US cents as traders took advantage of a short (over-sold) market to push the kiwi around after its sustained drop over the past three months.
$A nears 88 US cents after strong data
The Australian dollar has hit a two-week high after the release of strong local economic data.
US dollar gains on euro, drops against yen
The US dollar has edged up against the euro following mixed US data on the eve of a European Central Bank meeting.
$A bounces back from another 8-month low
The Australian dollar has bounced from the eight-month low it hit after the release of disappointing retail trade figures.
$A back above 87 US cents
The Australian dollar is higher, bouncing back from the eight-month low it hit after the release of disappointing retail trade figures.
NZ dollar loses momentum after dairy dip
The New Zealand dollar pared its gain after dairy product prices fell to the lowest level in more than five years in Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
$A drops on disappointing retail sales
Weaker than expected retail sales figures have knocked the Australian dollar back below 87 US cents.
Aussie dollar drags kiwi lower
The New Zealand dollar has fallen against the greenback as weak retail data in Australia sapped investors' appetite for the trans-Tasman currencies, and as improving US data stokes demand for the world's reserve currency.
US dollar breaks 110-yen level
The US dollar has broken the 110-yen barrier for the first time in more than six years, following a string of generally upbeat US data and expectations of more Bank of Japan monetary easing.

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