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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7616   USD

Current exchange rate
+0.0014 (0.18%)
Prices delayed by 20 minutes during market trading hours

Latest AUS $ exchange rates

USD US dollar 0.7616 0.0014 0.18 0.7621 0.7594
EUR EU euro 0.6634 0.0005 0.08 0.6647 0.6627
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9543 0.0018 0.19 0.9559 0.9532
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.0854 -0.0006 -0.06 1.0899 1.086
GBP British pound 0.5208 0.0013 0.25 0.5218 0.5203
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.9059 0.0177 0.3 5.9114 5.8916
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10035.25 30.31 0.3 10044.48 10016.49
JPY Japanese yen 80.9 0.22 0.27 81.21 80.7
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0219 0.002 0.2 1.0236 1.0217
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.9717 0.0089 0.3 2.9745 2.9693
DKK Danish krone 4.9382 0.0019 0.04 4.9472 4.9341
SEK Swedish krone 6.1054 0.0141 0.23 6.1139 6.0906
NOK Norwegian krone 6.1242 0.0148 0.24 6.1359 6.116
PHP Philippine peso 35.771 0.177 0.5 35.803 35.646
THB Thai baht 26.58 0.07 0.26 26.6 26.48
CNY Chinese yuan 4.9292 0.0149 0.3 4.9337 4.9166
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Currency news

Rates caution, China data weigh on $A
At 0700 AEST on Monday, the local unit was trading at 75.98 US cents, down from 76.50 cents on Friday.
$A drops on weaker Chinese data
The Australian dollar has fallen on weak Chinese manufacturing figures, slipping below the 76 US cent mark.
$A marginally higher ahead of RBA decision
The Australian dollar has edged higher as traders wait for the Reserve Bank's crucial interest rate decision.
Weak US growth helps kiwi extend gains
The New Zealand dollar extended its gains back toward 70 US cents as weaker US economic growth gave the Federal Reserve less reason to rush to hike interest rates, weighing on the greenback.
Yen hits 18-month high on BOJ decision
The yen has set an 18-month high against the US dollar, staying on firm in the wake of the Bank of Japan's decision the previous day to hold off from expanding its monetary stimulus.
$A recovers despite rate cut speculation
The Australian dollar has recovered from an overnight fall triggered by expectations of a rate cut.
Investors bearish over $A amid rates talk
The Australian dollar is trading lower with investors bearish ahead of the Reserve Bank's rate decision next week.
NZ dollar gains after Japan inaction
The New Zealand dollar rose after the Bank of Japan's decision not to expand its stimulus measures drove up the yen against the greenback.
$A drifts lower amid rate cut speculation
The Australian dollar is lower amid ongoing speculation about an interest rate cut next week.
$A rebounds on rate cut uncertainty
The Australian dollar has rebounded amid market uncertainty about a rate cut next week.

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