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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7207   USD

Current exchange rate
+0.0025 (0.35%)
Prices delayed by 20 minutes during market trading hours

Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7207 0.0025 0.35 0.7208 0.7174
EUR EU euro 0.645 0.0004 0.06 0.6461 0.644
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9429 0.0005 0.05 0.9444 0.9413
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.063 -0.0026 -0.24 1.0666 1.0636
GBP British pound 0.4919 0.0014 0.29 0.4924 0.4908
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.5843 0.0054 0.1 5.5897 5.5723
IDR Indonesian rupiah 9796.38 -32.19 -0.33 9847.73 9803.78
JPY Japanese yen 79.18 0.19 0.24 79.25 79
SGD Singapore dollar 0.9932 0.0012 0.12 0.994 0.9919
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9537 -0.0053 -0.18 2.9648 2.9497
DKK Danish krone 4.7952 0.0014 0.03 4.804 4.7895
SEK Swedish krone 5.9745 0.0025 0.04 5.9838 5.9674
NOK Norwegian krone 6.0029 0.0062 0.1 6.0112 5.9952
PHP Philippine peso 33.649 0.109 0.32 33.685 33.576
THB Thai baht 25.7 0.05 0.19 25.73 25.67
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7192 0.0113 0.24 4.7202 4.7059
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Currency news

$A higher as US stocks surge
The Australian dollar has made a small recovery following a strong rally on Wall Street.
NZ dollar gains ahead of Fonterra forecast
The New Zealand dollar gained as investors weighed up the outlook for Fonterra's opening milk price forecast for 2017 in what's expected to be an improvement on the current season.
$A rebounds from post-RBA freefall
The Australian dollar has recovered from a three-month low after the Reserve Bank hinted at further rate cuts.
$A stabilises after dovish RBA comments
The Australian dollar has recovered from losses suffered after the Reserve Bank of Australia flagged further rate cuts.
$A plummets amid RBA rate cut talk
The Australian dollar is in freefall after the Reserve Bank indicated another rate cut was in the offing.
$A falters as iron ore plunges
The Australian dollar is on the back foot as commodities including iron ore take a hit.
$A loses ground in sleepy trade
The Australian dollar is in negative territory with no data or news to drive direction.
NZ dollar falls on US rate hike talk
The New Zealand dollar fell as traders gauged the possibility of US interest rates rising next month after Federal Reserve officials said a hike at the June meeting was still an option, stoking demand for the greenback.
$A dips as iron ore plummets
The Australian dollar has edged lower after a sleepy night of trade with commodities losing ground.
$A marginally higher on greenback weakness
A weaker greenback has helped nudge the Australian dollar marginally higher on a quiet day of trading.

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