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1   Australian Dollar =
0.8157   USD

Current exchange rate
+0.0037 (0.46%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8157 0.0037 0.46 0.8203 0.8118
EUR EU euro 0.6646 0.0068 1.03 0.6675 0.658
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9482 0.0039 0.41 0.952 0.9447
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0529 -0.0007 -0.07 1.0582 1.0526
GBP British pound 0.5217 0.0004 0.08 0.5258 0.521
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.3334 0.0357 0.57 6.3627 6.2955
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10256.5 -19.36 -0.19 10302.97 10195.02
JPY Japanese yen 97.14 0.8 0.83 97.6 96.27
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0724 0.0085 0.8 1.0779 1.0649
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8291 0.0021 0.07 2.8419 2.8176
DKK Danish krone 4.9437 0.0489 1 4.9664 4.8956
SEK Swedish krone 6.2777 0.054 0.87 6.3131 6.2247
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0448 0.0299 0.5 6.0968 6.0158
PHP Philippine peso 36.514 0.161 0.44 36.676 36.344
THB Thai baht 26.83 0.1 0.37 26.97 26.74
CNY Chinese yuan 5.0744 0.0428 0.85 5.0973 5.0311
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Currency news

$A nears 81 US cents on US rate talk
The Australian dollar has hit another new four-and-a-half-year low after the US Federal Reserve indicated interest rates could rise by mid-2015.
Kiwi dips on GDP downwards revision
The New Zealand dollar has dipped after the country's pace of economic growth was revised down, though continued to beat expectations.
$A falls to new 4.5 year low
The Australian dollar has fallen to a new four-and-a-half-year low after the US central bank issued a more upbeat assessment of the US economy.
$A falls to new 4.5 year low
The Australian dollar has hit a new four-and-a-half-year low after the US Federal Reserve's more upbeat assessment of the American economy.
Dollar gains as Fed stays course
The US dollar has jumped against other major currencies as the US Federal Reserve signalled no shift in its expectation to raise interest rates in 2015.
NZ dollar rallies after Fed disappoints
The New Zealand dollar rallied after the US Federal Reserve's policy statement disappointed investors who were expecting the central bank to have a stronger bias toward raising interest rates next year.
$A plummets to new four-year lows
The Australian dollar has plunged below 82 US cents for the first time since 2010 amid growing concerns about the Russian economy.
Kiwi slips ahead of Fed meeting
The New Zealand dollar has slipped as investors look to the outcome of the last US Federal Reserve policy meeting of the year, which may provide guidance on the US central bank's plans to start lifting American interest rates.
$A weakens on China factory activity fall
The Australian dollar is weaker as disappointing Chinese factory activity dents commodity prices.
Euro stronger on zone data, rouble panic
The euro picked up strength on data surprises that depicted a eurozone economy holding up better than feared, and Russia's rouble crisis sent investors into safe havens.

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