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SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.8799 -0.003 -0.34 0.885 0.8765
EUR EU euro 0.7016 0.0017 0.24 0.703 0.6987
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9912 0.0037 0.37 0.9935 0.9847
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1281 0.0037 0.33 1.1303 1.1199
GBP British pound 0.5499 -0.0018 -0.33 0.5529 0.5491
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.8212 -0.0254 -0.37 6.863 6.7979
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10625.57 -75.18 -0.7 10726.2 10596.89
JPY Japanese yen 98.65 2.24 2.32 98.78 96.36
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1293 0.0017 0.15 1.135 1.1256
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8934 -0.0091 -0.31 2.9094 2.885
DKK Danish krone 5.2232 0.0121 0.23 5.2332 5.2016
SEK Swedish krone 6.4965 0.0141 0.22 6.5147 6.4631
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9347 0.0194 0.33 5.9693 5.901
PHP Philippine peso 39.534 -0.046 -0.12 39.736 39.396
THB Thai baht 28.67 -0.07 -0.24 28.81 28.59
CNY Chinese yuan 5.3765 -0.0216 -0.4 5.4109 5.358
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The US dollar rallied to 110.39 yen - its highest since August 2008 - after the Bank of Japan said it would expand its already vast asset-purchasing program
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Kiwi eyes half cent gain over month
The NZ dollar is set to have gained half a US over the month of October, ending Friday well above US78 cents.
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$A recovering, helped by good US data
The Australian dollar is higher as some positive US economic data help improve market sentiment.
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US dollar powers higher after GDP data
The US dollar has powered higher after GDP growth in the third quarter came in at a strong 3.5 per cent annual rate.
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$A starts to recover post-Fed losses
The Australian dollar is higher after the US dollar's rally after Federal Reserve meeting ran out of steam.
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NZ dollar gains as investors pull back
The NZ dollar recovers some of the ground lost against the greenback as investors pull back from betting that the US dollar will rise.
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$A higher, going into recovery mode
The Australian dollar has followed US stocks higher as it recovers from Thursdays's steep fall following the US central bank meeting.
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$A drops on US Fed comments
Upbeat comments from the US Federal Reserve have dragged the Australian dollar one cent lower.
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Central banks weigh on kiwi dollar
The kiwi dollar has been given a double-hit from the Federal Reserve and NZ's Reserve Bank, which may take the chance to lower it further.
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