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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.9312 -0.0019 -0.2 0.9337 0.9312
EUR EU euro 0.7107 0 0 0.7112 0.7106
CAD Canadian dollar 1.0145 0.0002 0.02 1.0152 1.0144
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1136 -0.0002 -0.02 1.1142 1.1123
GBP British pound 0.5621 0.0003 0.05 0.5622 0.5616
HKD Hong Kong dollar 7.2308 -0.0008 -0.01 7.2363 7.2302
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10934.76 3.49 0.03 10938.3 10931.96
JPY Japanese yen 97.51 0.14 0.14 97.52 97.37
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1667 0.0007 0.06 1.1668 1.1662
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9515 0.0122 0.42 2.9515 2.9417
DKK Danish krone 5.2947 0.0007 0.01 5.2978 5.2941
SEK Swedish krone 6.5335 0.002 0.03 6.5384 6.5336
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7742 -0.0019 -0.03 5.7805 5.7753
PHP Philippine peso 40.586 0.014 0.03 40.599 40.585
THB Thai baht 29.86 0.04 0.13 29.87 29.84
CNY Chinese yuan 5.7314 0.0008 0.01 5.7343 5.731
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Currency news

$A slightly lower with US markets closed
The Australian dollar has slipped a little after a quiet night of trade with volumes down because of a US public holiday.
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NZ dollar holds steady ahead of US data
The New Zealand dollar was little changed along with other major currencies as weak manufacturing data from China to Europe had traders looking ahead to manufacturing figures from the US.
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$A lower in quiet trade
The Australian dollar is slightly lower in quiet trade after US markets were closed for a public holiday overnight.
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$A hovers ahead of key economic news
The Australian dollar is hovering around 93.5 US cents as traders wait on the latest gauge of how the economy is travelling.
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$A hovers ahead of key economic data
The Australian dollar is hovering around 93.5 US cents as traders wait on the latest gauge of how the economy is travelling.
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Kiwi rises as terms of trade stay high
The New Zealand dollar has edged up after government figures showed the nation's terms of trade stayed at a 40-year high in the second quarter as a stronger currency provided cheaper imports and offset the impact of falling commodity prices.
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$A lower ahead of busy week of data
At 1200 AEST the currency was trading at 93.36 US cents, down from 93.56 cents on Friday.
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Stronger $US weighs on $A
The Australian dollar has started the week lower following gains in its US counterpart.
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Kiwi climbs on ruble amid Ukraine dramas
The New Zealand dollar has risen to a four-month high against the ruble on concern Russia may face more sanctions over Ukraine, further denting the fragile Russian economy.
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$A lower as $US gains
The Australian dollar has started the week lower following gains in its US counterpart.
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