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Exchange Rates updated 19/10/2017 8:53:04 a.m.


AUD/USD 0.7836
AUD/GBP 0.5935
AUD/EUR 0.6640
AUD/NZD 1.0968
AUD/JPY 88.5706
AUD/CAD 0.9773
AUD/SGD 1.0634
AUD/CHF 0.7686
AUD/HKD 6.1260
AUD/THB 25.9934
AUD/ZAR 10.6459
AUD/DKK 4.9490
AUD/SEK 6.3874

Rates are indicative only and indicate a midpoint between buy and sell prices


All Ord 5954
DOW 23171
FTSE 7507
NZSE 8115


Gold 1281
Oil 52



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