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40000   US dollars =
45548.0000   AUD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8778 0.0018 0.21 0.8784 0.872
EUR EU euro 0.6937 0.0012 0.17 0.6944 0.6891
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9844 0.0008 0.08 0.9853 0.9793
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1191 -0.0001 -0.01 1.123 1.1163
GBP British pound 0.5471 0.0008 0.15 0.548 0.5439
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.8088 0.0137 0.2 6.8147 6.7644
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10586.82 26.64 0.25 10597.9 10520.68
JPY Japanese yen 94.92 0.09 0.09 94.98 94.15
SGD Singapore dollar 1.121 0.0023 0.21 1.1215 1.1127
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8762 0.0104 0.36 2.8779 2.8628
DKK Danish krone 5.1643 0.0076 0.15 5.1707 5.1306
SEK Swedish krone 6.3707 0.0131 0.21 6.377 6.3316
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7743 0.0135 0.23 5.7788 5.7269
PHP Philippine peso 39.29 0.071 0.18 39.344 39.083
THB Thai baht 28.45 0.11 0.39 28.46 28.28
CNY Chinese yuan 5.3687 0.0085 0.16 5.3724 5.3366
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Currency news

$A recovers from early falls
At 1700 AEDT on Friday, the local currency was trading at 87.65 US cents, up from 87.60 cents on Thursday.
Strong US data, weak NZ data weigh on $A
Strong US data combined with weak inflation figures out of New Zealand are weighing on the Australian dollar.
Traders switch to euro, greenback
The Japanese yen has fallen against the US dollar and euro, driven by encouraging purchasing manager index readings in China and the eurozone.
$A weighed down by weak NZ inflation
The Australian dollar is lower following disappointing inflation figures out of New Zealand.
Lower inflation hits kiwi
The New Zealand dollar declined to a week-low after data showed inflation accelerated at a slower than expected pace in the third quarter, suggesting interest rates may stay at current levels for longer.
$A lower on better US data, weak NZ CPI
Better-than-expected US jobs figures combined with disappointing inflation data out of New Zealand are weighing on the Australian dollar.
$A sharply higher against the kiwi
The Australian dollar has fallen against the greenback but risen sharply against the New Zealand currency.
Benign inflation lowers kiwi dollar
The New Zealand dollar has dropped half a US cent after figures showed inflation in the third quarter was lower than the Reserve Bank had forecast, giving it less reason to resume raising interest rates.
Weak NZ inflation data weigh on $A
The Australian dollar is lower following disappointing inflation figures out of New Zealand.
$A lower after better US inflation figures
The Australian dollar has drifted lower after better-than-expected US inflation figures gave the greenback a boost.

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