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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7653   USD

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+0.001 (0.13%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7653 0.001 0.13 0.7674 0.763
EUR EU euro 0.6964 -0.002 -0.29 0.7003 0.6957
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9559 0.0049 0.52 0.9572 0.9498
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0733 0.008 0.75 1.0768 1.0645
GBP British pound 0.5002 0.001 0.2 0.5022 0.4988
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.9239 -0.0054 -0.09 5.9495 5.9159
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10105.02 -5.64 -0.06 10142.73 10090.08
JPY Japanese yen 94.76 -0.03 -0.03 95.01 94.65
SGD Singapore dollar 1.031 0.0002 0.02 1.0339 1.0302
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8 0.0154 0.55 2.8081 2.7855
DKK Danish krone 5.1951 -0.0148 -0.28 5.2239 5.1895
SEK Swedish krone 6.501 0.0241 0.37 6.5078 6.4645
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9524 -0.0163 -0.27 5.997 5.9258
PHP Philippine peso 34.045 -0.012 -0.04 34.195 34.03
THB Thai baht 25.74 -0.08 -0.31 25.89 25.72
CNY Chinese yuan 4.7365 -0.0054 -0.11 4.759 4.7295
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Currency news

Aussie dollar's fall eases
The Australian dollar's slide on weaker than expected business investment figures has eased after the currency hit a six week low.
$A falls' eases ahead of big data week
The Australian dollar's slide on weaker than expected business investment figures has eased ahead of more key economic readings.
NZ dollar heads for 2.4% weekly drop
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 2.4 per cent weekly drop against the greenback as comments by Federal Reserve officials revive expectations the world's biggest central bank will hike interest rates this year.
$A weaker at noon on $US strength
The Australian dollar has regained some ground after slipping in early trade in response to a stronger greenback and disappointing local business investment data.
$A slide tipped to intensify
The release of weaker than expected Australian business investment data has pushed the local currency to a six week low.
$A weaker on soft local investment data
The Australian dollar hit a six week low as weaker-than-expected Australian business investment figures continue to weigh on the local currency.
Kiwi slumps in wake of slashed dairy price
The New Zealand dollar has dropped to its lowest in more than four years on concern about the outlook for the economy after Fonterra announced a low payout to dairy farmers.
$A falls on weak business spending data
The Australian dollar has fallen below 77 US cents after weaker than expected business investment figures increased the odds for more interest rate cuts.
Kiwi steady after Fonterra forecast
The New Zealand dollar is little changed against the greenback after Fonterra's forecast 2016 payout largely met expectations.
US dollar hits 12-year high against yen
The US dollar has soared to its highest level against the yen in more than 12 years, powered by expectations for a US interest rate hike and more monetary easing from Japan's central bank.

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