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Markets Data

Bonds & Currencies

Australian government bonds

BOND

COUPON

YIELD %

CHANGE (BPS)

PRICE

MATURITY DATE

3 Year

0.25%

3.36%

0.12%

$90.88

21/11/2025

5 Year

2.75%

3.50%

0.12%

$96.52

21/11/2027

10 Year

1.75%

3.77%

0.14%

$83.12

21/11/2032

30 Year

1.75%

4.01%

0.09%

$61.63

21/06/2051

Last updated: Oct 6, 2022. End of Day data.

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Cash Rate

RATE

P.A %

1 YEAR PRIOR %

Interbank Overnight Cash Rate

2.60%

0.10%

Bank Bill Swap Rate (1 month)

2.68%

0.05%

Last updated: Oct 7, 2022 – 7.29am. Data is 20 mins delayed.

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Currencies

Code

Currency

Value

Change

Change %

USD

United States Dollar

0.6412

-0.0100

-1.54%

JPY

Japanese Yen

93.0500

-1.0080

-1.07%

EUR

European Euro

0.6545

-0.0023

-0.35%

GBP

Great British Pound

0.5741

+0.0009

+0.16%

CAD

Canadian Dollar

0.8814

-0.0040

-0.46%

CNY

Chinese Yuan

4.5637

-0.0643

-1.39%

HKD

Hong Kong Dollar

5.0328

-0.0789

-1.54%

INR

Indian Rupee

52.6318

-0.4863

-0.92%

IDR

Indonesian Rupiah

9,764.5261

-147.3933

-1.49%

MYR

Malaysian Ringgit

2.9761

-0.0146

-0.49%

NZD

New Zealand Dollar

1.1333

+0.0061

+0.54%

SGD

Singaporean Dollar

0.9162

-0.0101

-1.09%

ZAR

South African Rand

11.5444

-0.0229

-0.20%

CHF

Swiss Franc

0.6350

-0.0040

-0.63%

THB

Thai Baht

23.9780

-0.3816

-1.57%

Last updated: Oct 7, 2022 – 7.27am.

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Last updated: Oct 7, 2022 – 7.27am.

Copyright Β© 2022. Market data information displayed on The Australian Financial Review is sourced from Morningstar, ASX and S&P Global and is subject to their terms and conditions as set out in our Terms of Use. The Australian Financial Review does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy and/or completeness of such data or information.

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