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Australian Dollar (AUD) Exchange Rate Information
The Australian Dollar (AUD) is a commodity-correlated currency, meaning its exchange rates can be affected by fluctuations in the price of key Australian commodities, like copper and iron ore.
As a higher-risk currency, the Australian Dollar also responds to changes in risk sentiment. A risk-off environment, caused by global economic uncertainty or domestic concerns, can trigger AUD losses while risk-on attitudes can boost Australian Dollar demand.
Australian Dollar ISO Currency Code: AUD
AUD Currency Symbols: AU$ Dollar, ¢ Cent
AUD nicknames: ‘Aussie’
Australian Central Bank: Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
The Australian Dollar is in circulation in both note and coin form in the following denominations:
Coins – 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, 50¢ AU$1, AU$2
Notes – AU$5, AU$10, AU$20, AU$50, AU$100