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USD US dollar 0.9308 0.0011 0.12 0.9329 0.9294
EUR EU euro 0.7032 0.0033 0.47 0.7036 0.7002
CAD Canadian dollar 1.0189 0.0017 0.17 1.0218 1.0175
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1079 0.0024 0.22 1.1093 1.1056
GBP British pound 0.5617 0.001 0.18 0.5625 0.5609
HKD Hong Kong dollar 7.2156 0.0104 0.14 7.23 7.2034
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10870.59 7.05 0.06 10896.27 10834.51
JPY Japanese yen 96.79 0.27 0.28 96.87 96.47
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1624 0.0013 0.11 1.164 1.161
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9423 -0.0039 -0.13 2.9497 2.9388
DKK Danish krone 5.2438 0.0253 0.48 5.2453 5.2206
SEK Swedish krone 6.4382 0.0337 0.53 6.4428 6.4084
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7384 0.025 0.44 5.7407 5.7173
PHP Philippine peso 40.815 0.048 0.12 40.908 40.752
THB Thai baht 29.75 0.03 0.1 29.79 29.69
CNY Chinese yuan 5.7272 0.0086 0.15 5.7455 5.7177
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Currency news

$A lifts ahead of Fed Reserve meeting
The Australian dollar has lifted ahead of the US Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting.
NZ dollar heads for 0.9% weekly drop
Investors are waiting for a Janet Yellen speech for more signals on the direction of the kiwi dollar against the greenback.
$A hovering above 93 US cents
The Australian dollar is hovering above 93 US cents ahead of the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
Dollar dips ahead of Yellen speech
The US dollar has fallen a day after scoring sharp gains, as investors brace for a major speech that could impact interest rates.
$A bounces back above 93 US cents
The Australian dollar has recovered from its losses on the back of disappointing Chinese data.
NZ dollar regains lost ground
The NZ dollar bounces back above the 84 US cent level overnight as traders await a speech from the chair of the Federal Reserve.
$A rebounds above 93 US cents
The Australian dollar has recovered from its losses on the back of disappointing Chinese data.
$A lower on disappointing China data
Disappointing Chinese manufacturing data has pushed the Australian dollar lower.
NZ dollar falls further against greenback
Lower NZ consumer confidence and Chinese manufacturing data are among factors weighing on the kiwi dollar.
$A dips on disappointing China data
Disappointing Chinese manufacturing figures have weighed on the Australian dollar.

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