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40000   US dollars =
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.7857 0.0045 0.58 0.7872 0.7792
EUR EU euro 0.7204 0.0021 0.29 0.7237 0.7184
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9509 0 0 0.9538 0.9476
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0267 0.0024 0.23 1.0303 1.0246
GBP British pound 0.5158 0.0016 0.31 0.5181 0.5146
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.0974 0.0439 0.73 6.1008 6.0392
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10210.03 122.12 1.21 10213.92 10102.32
JPY Japanese yen 93.61 0.67 0.72 93.77 92.9
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0434 0.0031 0.3 1.0466 1.0389
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8057 0.0078 0.28 2.8069 2.7792
DKK Danish krone 5.3758 0.016 0.3 5.4002 5.361
SEK Swedish krone 6.7536 0.0108 0.16 6.7767 6.7263
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0576 -0.0094 -0.15 6.1035 6.05
PHP Philippine peso 34.781 0.264 0.76 34.805 34.507
THB Thai baht 25.64 0.22 0.87 25.68 25.45
CNY Chinese yuan 4.8933 0.0559 1.16 4.8952 4.8339
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Currency news

$A weaker ahead of RBA Governor speech
The Australian dollar is slightly lower as the US dollar strengthened on Monday afternoon.
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$A higher as traders await RBA speech
The Australian dollar has edged higher on the back of softer-than-expected US economic data and as traders await a speech from Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens on Tuesday.
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Lower $A will boost GDP, economist says
A big fall in the Australian dollar would lift the economy into recovery mode, with mining, tourism and manufacturing likely to be among the big winners.
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$A up against weaker greenback
The Australian dollar has risen amid softer-than-expected US economic data in the lead-up to this week's US Federal Reserve meeting.
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$A higher against weaker greenback
The Australian dollar is higher amid softer US economic data ahead of next week's US central bank meeting.
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Dollar weakens as US data disappoints
The US dollar has extended its losses on a run of weaker-than-expected US economic data, helping prop up the euro despite lack of progress in Greece bailout talks.
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$A rises above 78 US cents
The Australian dollar has risen above 78 US cents as weak US data dented the greenback, while the New Zealand currency slipped.
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$A firms to finish above 78 US cents
The Australian dollar has risen above 78 US cents as weak US data dents the greenback and the New Zealand currency slips.
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NZ dollar heads for 1.7% weekly decline
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 1.7 per cent decline this week after Reserve Bank assistant governor John McDermott ruled out interest rate hikes in the near future.
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$A benefiting from $US and $NZ weakness
The Australian dollar is higher, getting support from weak US housing and manufacturing data and a falling New Zealand dollar.
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