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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7879   USD

Current exchange rate
-0.0025 (-0.32%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7879 -0.0025 -0.32 0.7904 0.7856
EUR EU euro 0.7051 -0.0025 -0.35 0.7085 0.7047
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9822 0.0006 0.06 0.9841 0.9776
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0613 0.0006 0.06 1.0637 1.0577
GBP British pound 0.5257 -0.0015 -0.28 0.5273 0.5237
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.1181 -0.0098 -0.16 6.1275 6.0911
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9884.73 28.44 0.29 9889.74 9800.36
JPY Japanese yen 92.84 -0.24 -0.26 93.09 92.21
SGD Singapore dollar 1.061 -0.0019 -0.18 1.0638 1.0566
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8459 0.0005 0.02 2.8502 2.8305
DKK Danish krone 5.2488 -0.0014 -0.03 5.2668 5.2191
SEK Swedish krone 6.5779 -0.0046 -0.07 6.6151 6.5683
NOK Norwegian krone 6.1416 -0.0038 -0.06 6.1525 6.1112
PHP Philippine peso 34.804 -0.005 -0.01 34.825 34.669
THB Thai baht 25.71 -0.02 -0.08 25.77 25.59
CNY Chinese yuan 4.9335 0.011 0.22 4.942 4.8935
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Currency news

Kiwi trades near three-year low
The New Zealand dollar is trading near a three-year low after failing to push below 74 US cents, a level it hasn't breached since late 2011.
NZ dollar falls to three-year low
The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest in more than three years as investors sold euro and bought US dollars, weakening other currencies against the greenback.
Euro hits $US1.11 in post-stimulus slide
The euro has fallen again against the US dollar, hitting a new 11-year low a day after the European Central Bank unveiled a vast bond-buying program to revive the eurozone.
$A plummets below 80 US cents
The Australian dollar has fallen below 80 US cents for the first time in almost six years amid growing expectations of an imminent rate cut by the Reserve Bank.
$A tipped to hit 75 US cents within months
The Australian dollar could fall as low as 75 US cents in the next few months, after plunging below 80 US cents for the first time in five and a half years.
NZ dollar heads for 3.5% weekly drop
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 3.5 per cent weekly decline against the greenback as the strength of the US economy was reinforced by Europe's central bank rolling out a bigger than expected quantitative easing package to reinvigorate the moribund Eurozone.
$A back above 80 US cents
The Australian dollar has recovered some ground after briefly dipping below 80 US cents on the back of the European Central Bank economic stimulus decision.
$A dips below 80 US cents
The Australian dollar dipped below 80 US cents for the first time since July 2009, after the European Central Bank announced a massive economic stimulus program.
Euro dives to 11-year low on ECB news
The euro has dived to an 11-year low after the European Central Bank launched a massive bond-buying program aimed at pulling the eurozone out of near-stagnation and ultra-low inflation.
$A dips to two week low after ECB decision
The Australian dollar briefly fell to a two week low after the European Central announced its 60 billion euros ($A84.62 billion) a month economic stimulus plan.

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