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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.7829 0.0002 0.03 0.7839 0.7805
EUR EU euro 0.7133 0.0023 0.32 0.7142 0.7104
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9626 0.0023 0.24 0.9636 0.9601
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.07 0.0029 0.27 1.0725 1.0693
GBP British pound 0.5061 0.0005 0.1 0.5064 0.5046
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.0671 0.0009 0.01 6.0764 6.0513
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10318.33 27.14 0.26 10334.15 10271.38
JPY Japanese yen 95.08 0.02 0.02 95.28 94.94
SGD Singapore dollar 1.05 0.0047 0.45 1.0514 1.0442
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8283 0.025 0.89 2.8326 2.7995
DKK Danish krone 5.3185 0.0201 0.38 5.3245 5.293
SEK Swedish krone 6.5849 0.022 0.34 6.5906 6.5577
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9795 0.0018 0.03 5.999 5.9689
PHP Philippine peso 34.873 -0.031 -0.09 34.952 34.79
THB Thai baht 26.28 0.1 0.38 26.34 26.13
CNY Chinese yuan 4.8535 0.0036 0.07 4.861 4.8372
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Currency news

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$A drops to three week low on US data
The Australian dollar fell to a three week low after strong US inflation figures sparked renewed speculation about a US interest rate rise.
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The Australian dollar is lower following the release of strong US inflation figures and falls in commodity prices.
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NZ dollar falls after US inflation report
The New Zealand dollar fell as the US dollar strengthened following signs of rising US inflation and after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said interest rates were on track to increase this year.
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$A lower after strong US inflation data
The Australian dollar is lower after the US dollar gained on the back of strong inflations figures.
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Dollar surges on rise in US inflation
An unexpected jump in US core inflation in April has sparked a surge in the dollar, capping a week-long rebound by the greenback.
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$A higher in quiet trade amid USD weakness
The Australian dollar is higher as the US dollar weakened amid speculation about when the US Federal Reserve will hike interest rates.
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Kiwi slips over the past week
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 1.2 per cent weekly decline this week as investors weigh up whether measures to reign in the country's housing market will free up the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates.
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