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USD US dollar 0.7722 -0.0022 -0.28 0.7757 0.7713
EUR EU euro 0.7099 -0.0008 -0.11 0.7122 0.7095
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9733 -0.0024 -0.25 0.9771 0.973
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0243 0.0027 0.26 1.026 1.023
GBP British pound 0.5192 -0.001 -0.19 0.5207 0.5189
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.9856 -0.0151 -0.25 6.0141 5.9812
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10096.45 -11.99 -0.12 10130.64 10084.75
JPY Japanese yen 92.03 -0.15 -0.16 92.48 91.97
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0597 0.0002 0.02 1.0623 1.0586
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.856 0.0054 0.19 2.8601 2.8493
DKK Danish krone 5.302 -0.0069 -0.13 5.3222 5.2988
SEK Swedish krone 6.6394 -0.0108 -0.16 6.6651 6.6351
NOK Norwegian krone 6.1519 -0.0187 -0.3 6.1842 6.152
PHP Philippine peso 34.581 -0.071 -0.2 34.728 34.526
THB Thai baht 25.18 0.03 0.12 25.25 25.15
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7939 -0.0161 -0.33 4.8206 4.794
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Currency news

Iron ore price slide weighs on $A
The Australian dollar has drifted back below 78 US cents following a slide in commodity prices, including iron ore.
Weak iron ore price weighs on $A
The Australian dollar has drifted back below 78 US cents following a slide in iron ore prices.
NZ dollar slides against British pound
The NZ dollar slips against the British pound after talk from the Bank of England governor Mark Carney that interest rates may rise.
$A back below 78 US cents
The Australian dollar has drifted back below 78 US cents.
Euro up ahead of Greece-creditor talks
The euro is higher against the US dollar.
$A falls as market gets nervous
The Australian dollar is low as tensions about conflict between Saudi Arabia and Yeman pushes traders to safe haven currencies.
Kiwi pushes above 97 Australian cents
Although the kiwi's fair value against the Aussie should be lower it could still reach parity given central bank policies, says HiFX's Michael Johnston.
$A higher in a volatile market
The Australian dollar has drifted higher as the foreign exchange market leaves traders scratching their heads.
Yen gains amid Yemen crisis
The yen is up against the US dollar.
$A weaker amid upbeat US data
The Australian dollar is lower on the back of positive US economic data.

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