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1   Australian Dollar =
0.7527   USD

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Latest AUS $ exchange rates

SYMB CURRENCY LAST CHANGE % HIGH LOW
USD US dollar 0.7527 -0.0101 -1.32 0.7648 0.7526
EUR EU euro 0.6773 -0.0108 -1.57 0.6895 0.6773
CAD Canadian dollar 0.9447 -0.0115 -1.2 0.9592 0.945
NZD New Zealand dollar 1.1239 -0.01 -0.88 1.1368 1.1244
GBP British pound 0.4813 -0.0073 -1.49 0.4897 0.4814
HKD Hong Kong dollar 5.8351 -0.0777 -1.31 5.9286 5.8362
IDR Indonesian rupiah 10024.46 -147.48 -1.45 10198.61 10028.8
JPY Japanese yen 92.51 -1.34 -1.43 94.01 92.53
SGD Singapore dollar 1.0149 -0.0132 -1.28 1.0309 1.0151
MYR Malaysian ringgit 2.8422 -0.0382 -1.33 2.8856 2.8456
DKK Danish krone 5.0513 -0.0799 -1.56 5.1408 5.0524
SEK Swedish krone 6.3447 -0.1065 -1.65 6.4631 6.3439
NOK Norwegian krone 5.9842 -0.0836 -1.38 6.0846 5.9815
PHP Philippine peso 33.908 -0.502 -1.46 34.512 33.942
THB Thai baht 25.43 -0.34 -1.32 25.83 25.44
CNY Chinese yuan 4.6703 -0.0624 -1.32 4.7451 4.6724
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Currency news

Retail data sends $A to two month low
The Australian dollar hit a two and a half month low after sluggish local retail spending figures disappointed the market.
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NZ dollar heads for 1.8% weekly decline
The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 1.8 per cent weekly decline as financial markets remain volatile ahead of Greece's bailout referendum and as the wheels start coming off the local economy.
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$A falls below 76 US cents
The Australian dollar hit a two and a half month low after the release of weaker than expected retail sales numbers.
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Dollar eases after mixed US jobs report
The dollar has slipped against the euro after a mixed US jobs report and as investors awaited the outcome of a Greek debt crisis referendum.
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$A unchanged amid soft US employment data
The Australian dollar is virtually unchanged against the greenback, which has fallen on disappointing US employment data.
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Kiwi rebounds on poor US job figures
The New Zealand dollar has rebounded from a fresh five-year low after the US dollar weakened following disappointing US jobs data.
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$A virtually unchanged after US jobs data
The Australian dollar is virtually unchanged against the greenback, which has fallen on disappointing US employment data.
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US economic data drags $A lower
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of weak local trade figures and positive US economic data.
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US economic data drags down $A
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of positive US economic data and weak local trade figures.
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NZ dollar drops below 67 US cents
The New Zealand dollar has dropped below 67 US cents for the first time in almost five years after plunging dairy prices stoked calls for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates more aggressively than previously anticipated.
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