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40000   US dollars =
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.7711 -0.0068 0 0 0
EUR EU euro 0.711 0.0059 0 0 0
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9733 0.0002 0.02 0.9733 0.9754
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0466 0.0077 0 0 0
GBP British pound 0.5127 0 0 0.5128 0.5138
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.9807 -0.0519 0 0 0
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10005.02 -96.01 0 0 0
JPY Japanese yen 93.17 0 0 93.17 93.36
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0619 -0.0044 0 0 0
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8153 -0.0225 0 0 0
DKK Danish krone 5.2931 0.0378 0 0 0
SEK Swedish krone 6.519 0.0339 0 0 0
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0895 -0.0053 -0.09 6.0951 6.106
PHP Philippine peso 34.144 -0.169 0 0 0
THB Thai baht 25.11 -0.11 0 0 0
CNY Chinese yuan 4.8286 -0.0456 0 0 0
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Currency news

Dollar soars on strong US jobs report
The US dollar has soared after a surprisingly strong jobs report lifted expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates as early as June.
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$A weakens ahead of US non-farm payrolls
At 1700 AEDT on Friday, the local currency was worth 78.01 US cents, down from 78.16 cents on Thursday.
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Kiwi heads for 0.9% weekly decline
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 0.9 per cent weekly decline ahead of US employment figures, which will provide a gauge on the strength of the world's biggest economy and give the greenback its next cue for a direction.
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$A below 78 US cents as greenback rises
The Australian dollar is below 78 US cents after the European Central Bank's economic stimulus measures boosted the greenback.
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Dollar gains ahead of US jobs report
The US dollar has gained against other major currencies, on the eve of a US jobs report that if strong enough could support a Federal Reserve interest rate increase.
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$A sinks on RBA comments, $US strength
The Australian dollar has dropped back below 78 US cents following a surge in the greenback and suggestions that the Reserve Bank is willing and able to cut rates again.
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NZ dlr falls as RBNZ mulls housing policy
The New Zealand dollar fell after the Reserve Bank said it's looking at ways to curb lending to residential property investors.
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$A drops back below 78 US cents
The Australian dollar has dropped back below 78 US cents after the European Central Bank said it would begin a 1.1 trillion euros ($A1.56 trillion) bond buying program next week.
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$A steady as data meets expectations
The Australian dollar is slightly lower after a brief rise on expectations the Reserve Bank's next rate cut may come later than expected.
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Kiwi drops with new RBNZ property focus
The New Zealand dollar has dropped after the Reserve Bank said it's looking at ways to restrict lending on residential property investments, stoking speculation it would then have more room to cut interest rates.
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