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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7171   USD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7171 0 0 0.7171 0.7175
EUR EU euro 0.6412 -0.0002 -0.03 0.6412 0.6416
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9463 -0.0003 -0.03 0.9464 0.947
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1078 0.0001 0.01 1.1078 1.1119
GBP British pound 0.4658 0 0 0.4659 0.4662
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.5572 0 0 5.5572 5.561
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10025.06 0 0 10025.06 10034.24
JPY Japanese yen 87.27 0 0 87.27 87.34
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0103 0 0 1.0103 1.011
MYR Malaysian ringgit 3.0061 0 0 3.0061 3.0121
DKK Danish krone 4.7839 0 0 4.7839 4.7879
SEK Swedish krone 6.0634 0 0 6.0634 6.069
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9393 0.0039 0.07 5.9395 5.9416
PHP Philippine peso 33.496 0 0 33.496 33.565
THB Thai baht 25.69 0 0 25.69 25.74
CNY Chinese yuan 4.5798 0 0 4.5798 4.5852
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Currency news

US dollar up as Fed hints rate rise alive
The US dollar has picked up strength after Stanley Fischer, the Federal Reserve vice chair, said a rate hike is still possible in September.
$A gets a boost from commodity rally
The Australian dollar is higher as optimism returns and commodities and sharemarkets rally.
$A higher, as sharemarkets rally
The Australian dollar is higher as optimism returns and commodities and sharemarkets rally.
NZ dollar heads for 3.1% weekly drop
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 3.1 per cent weekly drop after a slump in Chinese equity markets spooked investors on Monday and Tuesday and ahead of the annual get-together of central bankers at Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
$A rallies on China, commodity strength
The Australian dollar is powering higher, propelled upward by rising commodity prices and gains on China's stockmarket.
Dollar firms after robust US growth data
The US dollar has firmed against other major currencies after US second-quarter economic growth was revised sharply higher ahead of a key Federal Reserve summit of central bankers.
Commodity gains help push $A up
The Australian dollar has rebounded as commodity prices firm and risk appetite increases on international markets.
$A jumps on healthy global equity gains
The Australian dollar has rallied in response to a global risk-on theme that also sent commodities higher.
Kiwi's rise crimped by stronger US dollar
The New Zealand dollar has edged up along with other commodity linked currencies with gains limited by a stronger US dollar.
$A falls on disappointing capex numbers
The Australian dollar has fallen as a weaker than expected business investment outlook added to the case for another Reserve Bank interest rate cut.

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