SYDNEY, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars fell on Tuesday as their U.S. peer staged a broad rebound on improving risk sentiment after Hurricane Irma was...
|Australian Dollar Converter||Close||Change||Return|
|1 AUD to USD||0.7660 trending_up||0.0010||0.1271%|
|1 AUD to EUR||0.6495 trending_down||-0.0016||-0.2408%|
|1 AUD to GBP||0.5728 trending_down||-0.0015||-0.2619%|
|1 AUD to INR||49.1987 trending_up||0.1703||0.3473%|
|1 AUD to CAD||0.9866 trending_up||0.0028||0.2895%|
|1 AUD to ZAR||9.8548 trending_down||-0.2070||-2.0576%|
|1 AUD to NZD||1.0935 trending_down||-0.0007||-0.0621%|
|1 AUD to JPY||86.1948 trending_up||0.0544||0.0632%|
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