well this basically means that 1 USD can buy less Aussi dollars.
Both exporters and importers will be affected, the importers will be able to purchase more imports because the value of the aussi dollar has increased, thus imports will increase.
The Americans , realizing that they can't buy as much Australian products as they used to due to the **fall in USD in comparison to the Aussi dollar** will scale back the purchasing of Australian products. Thus exports will fall.
The Australian Dollar was going for about $0.73 USD in late 1994. The Australian Dollar is currently going for about $0.93 USD as of 3-Dec-2009.
At the time of this writing, the 30th of May 2013, The Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar are equal. The exchange rate here is 1 to 1. This may fluctuate at any time however.
Without knowing which currency you are talking about (Canadian, US, Australian, etc.) and which currency you want it compared to, all that can be said is that a dollar is worth, you guessed it, one dollar.
The abbreviation for the Australian dollar is AUD or $A.
If you're asking what the exchange rate is... at the time of answering - 1 USD = 1.32 AUD... or 1 AUD = 0.76 USD.
Since the 14th of February, 1966, the Australian currency is the Australian Dollar (AUD). There are 100 cents in a Dollar. The currency symbol for the Australian Dollar is $.
The Australian dollar was introduced, replacing the Australian pound, in 1966.
100 cents = 1 Australian dollar
1 Australian dollar is worth 1.06 Dollar in US
An Australian dollar is one hundred Australian cents.
Australian dollar was introduced on 1966.
The ISO code for the Australian currency is AUD. The symbol for the Australian Dollar is $.
The Australian One Dollar coin was first issued in 1984. The Australian Two Dollar coin was first issued in 1988.
The Australian Dollar (AUD). There are 100 cents in an Australian Dollar.
Ahe Australian dollar last floated in 1983
There is no bird on the Australian Ten Dollar note.
The Australian One Dollar coin was first issued in 1984 replacing the Australian One Dollar note which was last issued in 1982. The Australian One Dollar note was progressively removed from circulation in 1984. The Australian Two Dollar coin was first issued in 1988 replacing the Australian Two Dollar note which was last issued in 1985. The Australian Two Dollar note was progressively removed from circulation in 1988.
1 Australian dollar = 0.643312512 British pounds so there is just under 70 pence in 1 australian dollar
The currency of Australia is the Australian Dollar. The symbol of the Australian Dollar is 'AUD', 'A$' and '$'. 100 cents make up one Australian Dollar.
One Australian dollar equal 0,874 84 US dollar.
The conversion rate between the Australian dollar and the Indian rupee is one Australian dollar to 56.42 rupees. One rupee equals 0.02 Australian dollars.
The diameter of an Australian Dollar coin is 25 mm. Do the maths.