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40000   US dollars =
55356.0000   AUD

Current exchange rate
-0.004 (-0.29%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7226 0.0034 0.47 0.7231 0.7171
EUR EU euro 0.6828 0.0039 0.57 0.6834 0.6777
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9644 0.0033 0.34 0.9655 0.9592
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0979 -0.0013 -0.12 1.1018 1.0975
GBP British pound 0.4805 0.0024 0.5 0.4812 0.4772
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.5984 0.0251 0.45 5.6025 5.5579
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9990.79 85.19 0.86 9997.71 9885.22
JPY Japanese yen 88.93 0.61 0.69 88.98 88.06
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0198 0.0035 0.34 1.0202 1.0146
MYR Malaysian ringgit 3.075 0.0152 0.5 3.0767 3.0604
DKK Danish krone 5.0939 0.0295 0.58 5.0981 5.0565
SEK Swedish krone 6.2848 0.002 0.03 6.3005 6.2687
NOK Norwegian krone 6.2694 0.0101 0.16 6.2799 6.244
PHP Philippine peso 34.059 0.137 0.4 34.093 33.856
THB Thai baht 25.89 0.09 0.35 25.91 25.75
CNY Chinese yuan 4.6226 0.0243 0.53 4.6252 4.5861
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Currency news

Weak commodity prices weigh on $A
The Australian dollar is trading lower after falling on weaker commodity prices and on a slightly stronger US dollar.
Kiwi little changed as RBA review looms
The New Zealand dollar was little changed ahead of Tuesday's Reserve Bank of Australia policy review, kicking off a busy week for economic data and central bank activity.
$A has fallen ahead of rate decision
The Australian dollar is trading lower ahead of the Reserve Bank's interest rate decision on Tuesday.
NZ dollar set for busy week
The New Zealand dollar starts the week lower after the US dollar advanced towards the end of last week amid low liquidity with many traders on holiday.
$A weighed down by weak data, commodities
The Australian dollar has fallen below 72 US cents as last week's weak business investment figures and falling commodity prices weigh on the currency.
$A falls, as commodities lose ground
The Australian dollar has followed gold and oil prices lower ahead of a busy week of local economic data.
$A starting to recover its losses
The Australian dollar is starting to recover the losses it made after the release of disappointing business investment data on Thursday.
Kiwi finishes the week largely unchanged
The New Zealand dollar was largely unchanged heading into the week's close as the Thanksgiving holiday in the US sapped trading activity and as investors gear up for a series of central bank meetings next month.
$A trading in tight range
The Australian dollar is slightly lower as currency traders wait for a string of key local and overseas economic indicators.
$A lower ahead of busy data week
The Australian dollar is slightly lower as currency traders largely sit on the sidelines ahead of a flurry of key economic data next week.

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