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1   Australian Dollar =
0.8781   USD

Current exchange rate
+0.0006 (0.07%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8781 0.0006 0.07 0.8806 0.875
EUR EU euro 0.6938 0.0001 0.01 0.6954 0.6925
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9868 0.0008 0.08 0.9886 0.984
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1185 0.0121 1.09 1.1198 1.1073
GBP British pound 0.5481 0.0014 0.26 0.5498 0.5454
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.8149 0.0081 0.12 6.8313 6.7869
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10591.52 52.74 0.5 10615.63 10515.53
JPY Japanese yen 94.66 0.64 0.68 94.76 93.81
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1188 0.0017 0.15 1.1207 1.113
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8743 0.0128 0.45 2.8811 2.8576
DKK Danish krone 5.1663 0.0009 0.02 5.1784 5.1564
SEK Swedish krone 6.3735 -0.0054 -0.08 6.3984 6.3688
NOK Norwegian krone 5.7663 -0.0332 -0.57 5.8309 5.768
PHP Philippine peso 39.362 0.085 0.22 39.443 39.218
THB Thai baht 28.42 0.08 0.28 28.47 28.31
CNY Chinese yuan 5.3762 0.0077 0.14 5.3884 5.3539
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Currency news

$A sharply higher against the kiwi
The Australian dollar has fallen against the greenback but risen sharply against the New Zealand currency.
Benign inflation lowers kiwi dollar
The New Zealand dollar has dropped half a US cent after figures showed inflation in the third quarter was lower than the Reserve Bank had forecast, giving it less reason to resume raising interest rates.
Weak NZ inflation data weigh on $A
The Australian dollar is lower following disappointing inflation figures out of New Zealand.
$A lower after better US inflation figures
The Australian dollar has drifted lower after better-than-expected US inflation figures gave the greenback a boost.
NZ dollar weakens ahead of inflation data
The New Zealand dollar slipped ahead of a report on third quarter inflation which is expected to show prices rose at a slower pace than the Reserve Bank predicted, signalling interest rates are likely to remain at current levels for longer.
$A sticks to familiar ranges
The Australian dollar continues to hover below 88 US cents after local inflation figures failed to inspire the currency.
$A stays below 88 US cents
The Australian dollar has stayed below 88 US cents for the entire local session, as a strong US dollar exerts its influence on currency markets.
Aussie dollar drags up kiwi
The New Zealand dollar has risen after Australian inflation was a little higher than expected in the third quarter, supporting demand for the Australian dollar and dragging the kiwi with it.
$A uninspired by local inflation figures
The Australian dollar's fate remains in the hands of the US dollar after local inflation figures failed to inspire the currency.
NZ dollar falls on euro stimulus reports
The New Zealand dollar fell after reports that the European Central Bank may consider taking more steps to stimulate the euro-zone economy, stoking demand for the greenback.

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