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USD US dollar 0.7933 0.0001 0.01 0.8025 0.7901
EUR EU euro 0.7023 0.0055 0.79 0.7057 0.6961
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9946 0.0113 1.15 0.9962 0.9804
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0692 0.0048 0.45 1.0744 1.0626
GBP British pound 0.5244 0.0025 0.48 0.5284 0.5209
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.167 0.0184 0.3 6.2209 6.1252
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9933.07 39.49 0.4 10027.24 9860.45
JPY Japanese yen 93.58 0.09 0.1 94.61 93.26
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0752 0.0133 1.25 1.0841 1.0605
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8773 0.0226 0.79 2.9034 2.8513
DKK Danish krone 5.2283 0.0413 0.8 5.2535 5.1816
SEK Swedish krone 6.5635 0.0787 1.21 6.5802 6.476
NOK Norwegian krone 6.2102 0.0819 1.34 6.2255 6.1268
PHP Philippine peso 35.094 0.169 0.48 35.406 34.851
THB Thai baht 25.89 0.12 0.47 26.17 25.7
CNY Chinese yuan 4.9705 0.0186 0.38 5.0111 4.9334
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Currency news

NZ dollar static ahead of rate decision
The NZ dollar remains static after the Fed Reserve said it would be patient over plans to rise rates ahead of the Reserve Bank's own rate decision.
$A eases after post-CPI rally
The Australian dollar is lower as traders take profits after Wednesday's rally following the release of inflation figures which met expectations.
$A rises on surprise inflation jump
A stronger than expected jump in inflation, excluding the effects of cheaper petrol, gave traders a reason to buy the Australian dollar.
NZ dollar drops vs Australian dollar
A high Australian CPI was the focus of the NZ dollar market but on Thursday utterances by the RBNZ will be closely watched.
China's yuan joins top 5 global currencies
The Chinese yuan has reportedly joined the top five most-used global currencies, overtaking the Aussie and Canadian dollars.
$A rallies after inflation figures
The Australian dollar has surged higher after the release of December quarter inflation figures that came in as expected.
US dollar falls on poor industrial data
The US dollar has fallen against the euro on the back of poor US industrial data, showing the American economy still has weak spots.
$A weighed down by weak market sentiment
The Australian dollar has follow US and European stock markets lower, weighed down by negativity over the outcome of the Greek election.
NZ dollar rises after weak US data
Weak US durable goods data from the US helps the NZ dollar push higher against the greenback ahead of the Fed Reserve's interest rate decision.
$A follows US and European stocks lower
The Australian dollar is lower as anxiety over Greece's new leadership and poor US durable goods data weighs on market confidence.

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