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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8155 0.0014 0.17 0.8173 0.8132
EUR EU euro 0.6647 -0.0011 -0.17 0.6681 0.6636
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9446 0.0005 0.05 0.9473 0.9436
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0496 -0.0014 -0.13 1.0557 1.0489
GBP British pound 0.5219 0.0012 0.23 0.5228 0.5205
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.3212 0.0096 0.15 6.3387 6.306
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10136.97 -18.93 -0.19 10187.09 10114.63
JPY Japanese yen 97.65 0.37 0.38 97.72 97.16
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0746 0.0047 0.44 1.0776 1.0703
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8411 0.0121 0.43 2.8491 2.829
DKK Danish krone 4.9444 -0.0071 -0.14 4.9667 4.9365
SEK Swedish krone 6.3097 0.0109 0.17 6.3194 6.284
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0286 0.0356 0.59 6.0314 5.9818
PHP Philippine peso 36.373 -0.05 -0.14 36.535 36.34
THB Thai baht 26.79 0.04 0.15 26.87 26.71
CNY Chinese yuan 5.0704 0.007 0.14 5.0845 5.0582
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Currency news

Oil price rebound helps $A
A rebound in oil prices is helping support the Australian dollar following last week's sharp fall to fresh four year lows.
Kiwi little changed as Christmas nears
With many traders taking a break as Christmas approaches, the New Zealand dollar was little changed.
$A losing ground against strong US dollar
The Australian dollar is lower, struggling to make any headway against a strong US dollar.
$A falls as US dollar strengthens
The Australian dollar is lower as the greenback rallies, helped by next year's anticipated US interest rate rise.
NZ dollar edges higher
The attractiveness of the NZ dollar for investors seeking a decent yield leads the currency to edge higher in pre-Christmas trading.
$A falls on US interest rate expectations
The Australian dollar is lower as the greenback rallies, helped by next year anticipated US interest rate rise.
US dollar up on expectations of Fed action
The US dollar is higher against other major currencies.
$A recovers as local share market climbs
The Australian dollar has recovered from its lowest point in more than four years as the share market enjoyed a Christmas rally.
Kiwi at 11-month high against Aussie
The Reserve Bank of Australia is beating NZ's central bank in the "currency wars", trying to talk their own currency down.
$A gaining ground after Fed meeting
The Australian dollar is higher after hitting four-and-a-half year low on Thursday.

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