Australian Dollar (AUD) Exchange Rates on 22nd May 2015 (22/05/2015)

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Exchange rates for Australian Dollar (AUD)

Updated: 2015-05-22
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AUD GBP 0.5607 AUD to GBP 1.7834 GBP to AUD
AUD BGN 1.3802 AUD to BGN 0.7245 BGN to AUD
AUD HRK 5.3638 AUD to HRK 0.1864 HRK to AUD
AUD CZK 19.4244 AUD to CZK 0.0515 CZK to AUD
AUD DKK 5.2378 AUD to DKK 0.1909 DKK to AUD
AUD HUF 221.0994 AUD to HUF 0.0045 HUF to AUD
AUD KZT 165.4925 AUD to KZT 0.006 KZT to AUD
AUD LVL 0.4944 AUD to LVL 2.0228 LVL to AUD
AUD LTL 2.4297 AUD to LTL 0.4116 LTL to AUD
AUD MKD 43.1995 AUD to MKD 0.0231 MKD to AUD
AUD MDL 13.0025 AUD to MDL 0.0769 MDL to AUD
AUD NOK 5.8023 AUD to NOK 0.1723 NOK to AUD
AUD PLN 2.9535 AUD to PLN 0.3386 PLN to AUD
AUD RON 3.1088 AUD to RON 0.3217 RON to AUD
AUD RUB 34.1487 AUD to RUB 0.0293 RUB to AUD
AUD SEK 6.4841 AUD to SEK 0.1542 SEK to AUD
AUD CHF 0.851 AUD to CHF 1.175 CHF to AUD
AUD TRY 2.0017 AUD to TRY 0.4996 TRY to AUD
AUD UAH 11.8024 AUD to UAH 0.0847 UAH to AUD

Australian Dollar (AUD)

Australian Dollar Sign: AU$
1 Australian Dollar is subdivided into 100 cents.

The Australian Dollar is the official currency of Australia and it is used in Tuvalu (alongside Tuvaluan dollar), Nauru, Kiribati (alongside Kiribati dollar) and 7 Aussie territories (Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Australian Antarctic Territory, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Islands, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Norfolk Island.
The ISO-4217 code for the Australian Dollar is AUD, and the currency symbol is AU$.

Coins used:
- 5, 10, 20, 50 cents, $1, $2 Australian Dollars

Banknotes used:
- $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 Australian Dollars

Central Bank
Reserve Bank of Australia

The AUD was first introduced in 14 February 1966 and replaced Australian Pound at a rate of 1 Australian Dollar = 0.5 Australian Pound.

Australian Dollar is a high volatility, freely traded currency, and because of this became the 6th most traded currency in the world. The Aussie, as many call it, is not considered a reserve currency, but it is attractive because the central bank is dormant on the market and the Australian government and economy are stable.

The Australian Dollar (AUD) is highly influenced by commodities (minerals, agricultural products), meaning that Aussie experiences a high variation through the year; going up at the end of harvests/when Australia exports raw materials and downhill when mineral prices are hit. The value of the AUD is also influenced by the close relationship between the country and Asian material importers, China being the most important player.

The first time in its freely traded currency history when the AU dollar reached parity with the USD was on 15 October 2010. On 27 July 2011 the Australian Dollar was at its peak against the USD, trading at $1.1080. Some forecasted that by 2014, the AUD could rise to 1.70 USD.

Other References
Wikipedia article on Australian Dollar Live Australian Dollar Currency Exchange Rates
Up-to-date news & analysis on the AUD reports on the Australian Dollar (Aussie)

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