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USD US dollar 0.861 -0.0055 -0.63 0.87 0.8603
EUR EU euro 0.6921 -0.0078 -1.11 0.7023 0.692
CAD Canadian dollar 0.972 -0.0008 -0.08 0.9767 0.9694
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0954 -0.0035 -0.32 1.1016 1.0958
GBP British pound 0.5484 -0.0048 -0.87 0.5556 0.548
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.6777 -0.0444 -0.66 6.7485 6.6728
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10459.43 -64.21 -0.61 10558.86 10456.95
JPY Japanese yen 101.82 -0.23 -0.23 102.47 101.85
SGD Singapore dollar 1.122 -0.004 -0.36 1.13 1.1217
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8852 -0.0197 -0.68 2.911 2.8854
DKK Danish krone 5.1501 -0.0522 -1 5.2252 5.1487
SEK Swedish krone 6.4002 -0.057 -0.88 6.4911 6.4004
NOK Norwegian krone 5.8324 -0.0647 -1.1 5.9094 5.8322
PHP Philippine peso 38.693 -0.222 -0.57 39.089 38.722
THB Thai baht 28.27 -0.1 -0.35 28.5 28.26
CNY Chinese yuan 5.2876 -0.0192 -0.36 5.3374 5.2841
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Currency news

$A lower as metals and oil prices fall
The Australian dollar has followed commodity prices lower.
$A lifts after Chinese interest rate cut
An interest rate cut by the Chinese central bank has given the Australian dollar a boost.
Kiwi steady in quiet trading
With investors still digesting European Central Bank's pledge to support its economy, "the kiwi's been left alone a little bit", says OMF's Martin Rudings.
Euro struggles in Asia
The euro is struggling to recover in Asian trade.
$A rises after China's rate cut
The Australian dollar is higher as an interest rate cut by China's central bank boosts commodity prices.
$A higher after Chinese rate cut
The Australian dollar has had a boost from China's central bank interest rate cuts and the possibility of more economic stimulus from the ECB.
NZ dollar retreats against greenback
The New Zeland dollar slips back against the greenback after getting a boost when China cut its interest rates and Europe's economy got bank backing.
$A higher after Chinese interest rate cuts
The Australian dollar has gotten a boost from interest rate cuts made by the People's Bank of China over the weekend.
$A higher as yen gets a boost
A stronger Japanese yen has weakened the US dollar, giving the Australian dollar a boost.
Kiwi dollar loses ground over week
The US dollar's strength against the yen has flowed through to the kiwi dollar, also dented this week by falling dairy prices.

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