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USD US dollar 0.759 -0.0035 -0.46 0.7668 0.7593
EUR EU euro 0.6638 -0.0077 -1.15 0.6728 0.6641
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9542 -0.0027 -0.28 0.96 0.9526
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0877 -0.0064 -0.58 1.0994 1.0887
GBP British pound 0.5196 -0.0022 -0.42 0.5239 0.5196
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.8941 -0.0209 -0.35 5.9484 5.8965
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10015.48 -38.08 -0.38 10125.59 10025.72
JPY Japanese yen 81.12 -1.29 -1.57 82.53 81.17
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0226 -0.003 -0.29 1.0306 1.0223
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9659 -0.0002 -0.01 2.9947 2.9651
DKK Danish krone 4.9393 -0.06 -1.2 5.0083 4.9426
SEK Swedish krone 6.1028 -0.0497 -0.81 6.166 6.0911
NOK Norwegian krone 6.1233 -0.0823 -1.33 6.2221 6.1227
PHP Philippine peso 35.667 -0.033 -0.09 35.978 35.684
THB Thai baht 26.52 -0.16 -0.6 26.79 26.55
CNY Chinese yuan 4.9194 -0.0166 -0.34 4.9635 4.9211
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Currency news

$A marginally higher ahead of RBA decision
The Australian dollar is relatively steady as traders sit on their hands due to uncertainty over next week's interest rate decision.
Weak US growth helps kiwi extend gains
The New Zealand dollar headed back toward 70 US cents as soft US economic growth gave the Federal Reserve little reason to hike interest rates.
Yen hits 18-month high on BOJ decision
The yen is at an 18-month high of 107.075 against the US dollar firming on news the Bank of Japan will hold off expanding monetary stimulus.
$A recovers despite rate cut speculation
The Australian dollar has rebounded from an overnight drop.
Investors bearish over $A amid rates talk
Investors are buying up the Japanese yen and NZ dollar but are wary of the Aussie counterpart ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia meeting next Tuesday.
NZ dollar gains after Japan inaction
After the Bank of Japan opts not to add more stimulus measures the NZ dollar heads towards 70 US cents.
$A drifts lower amid rate cut speculation
The Australian dollar has fallen as weak March quarter inflation data and talk of a possible rate cut continue to weigh on investor sentiment.
$A rebounds on rate cut uncertainty
Investors seem to be resisting selling-off the Australian dollar until the the Reserve Bank meeting next Tuesday.
NZ dollar rides out day of volatility
The kiwi fell against the yen in more than a week, but was up against other major currencies after announcements from the Reserve Bank and the US Fed.
$A hit by double whammy of pain
The Australian dollar has been pulled down by plunging iron ore prices and a surprisingly soft local inflation print, which sparked calls for a rate cut.

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