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1   Australian Dollar =
0.9309   USD

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+0.0003 (0.03%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.9309 0.0003 0.03 0.9309 0.9314
EUR EU euro 0.693 0 0.03 0.693 0.6936
CAD Canadian dollar 1.0159 -0.0001 0.02 1.0159 1.0168
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0925 0 0.04 1.0925 1.0937
GBP British pound 0.5533 0 0.02 0.5533 0.5538
HKD Hong Kong dollar 7.2143 0 0.03 7.2143 7.2187
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10961.35 0 0.03 10961.35 11013.81
JPY Japanese yen 95.52 0 0.03 95.52 95.61
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1604 0.0001 0.04 1.1604 1.1619
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9891 0 0.03 2.9891 2.9926
DKK Danish krone 5.1688 0 0.03 5.1688 5.1735
SEK Swedish krone 6.3834 0 0.03 6.3834 6.3896
NOK Norwegian krone 5.8376 0.0074 0.16 5.8376 5.8393
PHP Philippine peso 40.662 0 0.03 40.662 40.73
THB Thai baht 29.9 0 0.03 29.9 29.95
CNY Chinese yuan 5.7523 0.0018 0.03 5.7523 5.7563
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Currency news

Dollar slips on US jobs report
AUG 02, 2014
A US jobs report for July that showed continued strength, but not enough to boost inflation pressures, has sent the US dollar tumbling against most other major currencies.
$A hits two-month low and may fall further
AUG 01, 2014
The Australian dollar is at a two-month low and could continue downward with the release of the all-important US non-farm payrolls report.
NZ dollar heads for 0.8% weekly decline
AUG 01, 2014
The New Zealand dollar is headed for a 0.8 per cent weekly decline as more buoyant US data bolstered demand for the greenback.
$A struggles to gain ground as stocks fall
AUG 01, 2014
The Australian dollar is still struggling to gain any ground due to the strengthening US economy and falls in global stock markets.
US dollar little changed ahead of data
AUG 01, 2014
The US dollar has taken a breather, avoiding large moves against other major currencies ahead of the July US labour market report.
$A hits two-month low as stocks fall
AUG 01, 2014
The Australian dollar has fallen to its lowest level in almost two months as big falls in overseas equities markets and the prospect of interest rate hikes weigh on the local currency.
Kiwi slips on improving US news
AUG 01, 2014
The New Zealand dollar weakened as US labour market data strengthened the greenback, bolstering optimism of an upbeat US non-farm payrolls report which may reinforce the case for the Federal Reserve to hike rates sooner than expected.
$A follows overseas stock markets lower
AUG 01, 2014
The Australian dollar has fallen below 92 US cents for the first time in two months, pushed down by big falls in European and US stock markets.
$A lower on US Fed, economic growth data
JUL 31, 2014
The Australian dollar is lower on the back of stronger-than-expected US economic growth figures and more upbeat language from the US Federal Reserve.
Kiwi regains some strength
JUL 31, 2014
The New Zealand dollar has lifted off an eight-week low after failing to break below key support levels, as traders await US labour market data.

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