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1   Australian Dollar =
0.8791   USD

Current exchange rate
-0.0038 (-0.43%)
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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.8791 -0.0038 -0.43 0.885 0.8786
EUR EU euro 0.699 -0.0009 -0.13 0.7015 0.6987
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9851 -0.0024 -0.24 0.9899 0.9847
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1217 -0.0027 -0.24 1.1273 1.1209
GBP British pound 0.5499 -0.0018 -0.33 0.5529 0.5498
HKD Hong Kong dollar 6.8185 -0.0281 -0.41 6.863 6.8139
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10638.32 -62.43 -0.58 10726.2 10633.16
JPY Japanese yen 97.38 0.97 1.01 97.41 96.36
SGD Singapore dollar 1.1265 -0.0011 -0.1 1.1307 1.1256
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8926 -0.0099 -0.34 2.9094 2.8905
DKK Danish krone 5.2045 -0.0066 -0.13 5.2229 5.2016
SEK Swedish krone 6.471 -0.0114 -0.18 6.4949 6.4693
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9064 -0.0089 -0.15 5.9325 5.9046
PHP Philippine peso 39.41 -0.17 -0.43 39.675 39.396
THB Thai baht 28.57 -0.17 -0.59 28.81 28.59
CNY Chinese yuan 5.3723 -0.0258 -0.48 5.4109 5.3695
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Currency news

Yen plunges to six-year low on BoJ easing
The yen has plunged to a six-year low in Asia after the Bank of Japan said it would expand its already vast asset-purchasing program in a bid to kick-start the economy.
Kiwi eyes half cent gain over month
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a half per cent monthly gain as traders question the sharp appreciation in the greenback since the end of June after an optimistic outlook from the Federal Reserve.
$A recovering, helped by good US data
The Australian dollar is higher as it gets a boost from improving investor confidence following some positive US economic growth figures.
US dollar powers higher after GDP data
The US dollar jumped against other major currencies after better-than-expected US economic growth data added to a boost from the Federal Reserve's policy statement the prior day.
$A starts to recover post-Fed losses
The Australian dollar has followed US stocks higher as it recovers from its steep fall following the US central bank meeting.
NZ dollar gains as investors pull back
The New Zealand dollar advanced as investors shied away from placing further bets that the greenback would rise.
$A higher, going into recovery mode
The Australian dollar is higher as it starts to recover the losses made after the US Federal Reserve's policy meeting.
$A drops on US Fed comments
The Australian dollar has been dragged one US cent lower after the US Federal Reserve presented a more positive outlook on the US economy.
Central banks weigh on kiwi dollar
The New Zealand dollar is down more than one US cent after the Federal Reserve gave an optimistic outlook for the world's biggest economy, stoking talk of interest rate hikes next year, while the nation's own Reserve Bank signalled no rush to raise rates.
$A hits one-week low on US Fed comments
The Australian dollar has fallen to its lowest level in a week after the US Federal Reserve indicated growing confidence in the American economy.

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