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WSJ | Forex Closing on May 30, 2017:

Major Currencies

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Last
US$ vs.
Americas in US$ per US$ % chg
Argentina peso 0.0618 16.1713 1.20
Brazil real 0.3070 3.2577 0.02
Canada dollar 0.7430 1.3460 0.04
Chile peso 0.001482 674.90 0.03
Colombia peso 0.0003425 2919.31 0.27
Ecuador US dollar 1 1 unch
Mexico peso 0.0535 18.6998 1.21
Peru new sol 0.3048 3.2811 -0.09
Uruguay peso 0.03542 28.2300 0.04
Venezuela bolivar 0.09808682 10.1951 0.36
 
Asia-Pacific
Australian dollar 0.7466 1.3394 -0.35
China yuan 0.1457 6.8625 0.10
Hong Kong dollar 0.1283 7.7930 -0.01
India rupee 0.01547 64.64080 0.16
Indonesia rupiah 0.0000750 13326 0.03
Japan yen 0.00902 110.84 -0.37
Kazakhstan tenge 0.00321 311.93 0.42
Macau pataca 0.1239618 8.067 0.09
Malaysia ringgit 0.2338 4.2767 0.02
New Zealand dollar 0.7096 1.4092 -0.55
Pakistan rupee 0.00954 104.83 -0.01
Philippines peso 0.0201 49.8160 0.19
Singapore dollar 0.7223 1.3845 -0.14
South Korea won 0.0008893 1124.50 0.22
Sri Lanka rupee 0.0065518 152.63 -0.10
Taiwan dollar 0.03314 30.18 -0.06
Thailand baht 0.02930 34.130 0.06
Vietnam dong 0.00004400 22725 -0.07
 
Europe
Bulgaria lev 0.57182 1.749 -0.13
Croatia kuna 0.1508 6.6314 -0.14
Czech Rep. koruna 0.04226 23.662 -0.37
Denmark krone 0.1504 6.6505 -0.20
Euro area euro 1.1187 0.8939 -0.21
Hungary forint 0.00363306 275.25 -0.22
Iceland krona 0.010009 99.91 -0.02
Norway krone 0.1186 8.4326 0.24
Poland zloty 0.2679 3.7334 -0.31
Romania leu 0.2446 4.0878 -0.02
Russia ruble 0.01768 56.551 0.07
Sweden krona 0.1146 8.7277 0.26
Switzerland franc 1.0260 0.9747 -0.32
Turkey lira 0.2818 3.5490 -0.78
Ukraine hryvnia 0.0379 26.3550 unch
U.K. pound 1.2860 0.7776 -0.16
 
Middle East/Africa
Bahrain dinar 2.6522 0.3770 -0.04
Egypt pound 0.0555 18.0060 -0.63
Israel shekel 0.2820 3.5465 -0.47
Kuwait dinar 3.2940 0.3036 -0.12
Oman sul rial 2.59434 0.39 0.11
Qatar rial 0.2746 3.6415 ...
Saudia Arabia riyal 0.2666 3.7503 -0.01
South Africa rand 0.0761 13.1325 1.29
 
Footnotes
The "US$ vs. % chg" column reflects the percentage change in the value of the U.S. dollar vs. each currency.
Source: Tullett Prebon

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