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40000   US dollars =
56940.0000   AUD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7011 -0.0025 -0.36 0.7062 0.6994
EUR EU euro 0.6305 0.0039 0.62 0.635 0.6227
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9257 -0.0077 -0.82 0.9363 0.9242
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0957 -0.0115 -1.04 1.1087 1.0965
GBP British pound 0.4597 -0.0001 -0.02 0.4627 0.4575
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.4374 -0.0151 -0.28 5.4731 5.4205
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9940.27 1.92 0.02 10005.44 9910.5
JPY Japanese yen 84.21 -0.43 -0.51 85.1 83.85
SGD Singapore dollar 0.9939 -0.0015 -0.15 0.9991 0.9909
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9713 0.0113 0.38 2.9908 2.9596
DKK Danish krone 4.7051 0.0283 0.61 4.7373 4.6469
SEK Swedish krone 5.899 -0.0315 -0.53 5.9551 5.8503
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7986 0.0021 0.04 5.8435 5.7746
PHP Philippine peso 32.793 -0.086 -0.26 33.016 32.723
THB Thai baht 25.12 -0.03 -0.12 25.31 25.08
CNY Chinese yuan 4.4586 -0.0124 -0.28 4.4878 4.446
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Currency news

$A dragged down by weak retail spending
The Australian dollar is lower following the release of disappointing retail trade numbers.
$A dragged down by weak retail data
The Australian dollar is lower following the release of disappointing retail trade data.
NZ dollar slips after China calms markets
The New Zealand dollar has slipped slightly after intervention by China to prop up ailing equities calmed volatile markets.
$A down as retail trade disappoints
The Australian dollar has lost ground after domestic retail trade figures missed expectations.
US dollar rises as markets ride volatility
The US dollar has risen against other major currencies, as global equity markets face renewed volatility driven by concerns about China's economic slowdown.
$A bounces on US equities, China holiday
The Australian dollar has rebounded from a six-year low on the back of US share market strength and a Chinese national holiday.
NZ dollar declines on US data
The New Zealand dollar declined after US economic data kept alive expectations the Federal Reserve may hike interest rates this month.
$A rises slightly as global markets firm
The Australian dollar has edged higher after global markets stabilised overnight and China's stock market closed less than half a per cent lower ahead of a national holiday.
$A dips below 70 US cents - twice
The Australian dollar dipped to a six year low as worries about the local and Chinese economies weigh on the currency.
Weak growth sends $A below 70 US cents
The Australian dollar twice dipped to new six year lows below 70 US cents on Wednesday, rocked by weaker than expected economic growth and a slowdown in Chinese manufacturing.

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