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Japanese Yen 87.370
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US Dollar 0.816

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Australian Dollar 0.906
Euro 0.630
British Pound 0.504
Hong Kong Dollar 6.324
Japanese Yen 87.370
Singapore Dollar 1.031
US Dollar 0.816

Prices as at 8:50 pm, 16 Sep