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2016/05/27 Historical Exchange Rates

1 AUDin AUD
USD0.72271.3837
AUD11
CHF0.71581.397
CNY4.74190.2109
EUR0.64711.5454
GBP0.49322.0276
HKD5.61280.1782
INR48.46520.0206
JPY79.42470.0126
KRW853.50870.0012
MXN13.33580.075
NZD1.07030.9343
SGD0.99321.0068
THB25.76350.0388





Notes: Exchange Rates may change throughout the day and may differ at the time of booking,and up-to the minute rates may be obtained by contacting any bank branch. Rates can only be guaranteed at the time the purchase or sale is conducted.






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