Foreign exchange rates

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Foreign exchange rates
Westpac's current foreign exchange rates as at 19/04/2014 6:10am.
The exchange rates used are indicative only and subject to change without notice.
CurrencyCodeWestpac buys T/TWestpac buys cheques & T/CWestpac buys cashWestpac sell rate
United States dollar USD 0.8823 0.8891 0.9176 0.8447
Pound sterling GBP 0.5227 0.5267 0.5436 0.5026
Australian dollar AUD 0.9367 0.9432 0.9676 0.9041
Euro EUR 0.6387 0.6437 0.6643 0.6103
Japanese yen JPY 89.97 90.67 93.66 86.15
Canadian dollar CAD 0.9672 0.9749 1.0156 0.9310
Swiss franc CHF 0.7738 - 0.8086 0.7432
CFP franc XPF 77.2265 - 83.0185 72.0418
Danish krone DKK 4.7815 - - 4.5636
Fijian dollar FJD 1.6319 - 1.7461 1.5264
Hong Kong dollar HKD 6.8158 6.8689 7.1566 6.5828
Indian rupee INR 53.8613 - - 50.5210
Norwegian krone NOK 5.2846 - - 5.0444
Pakistan rupee PKR 85.4236 - - 81.2210
Papua New Guinean kina PGK 2.5637 - - 2.2014
Philippine peso PHP 39.6157 - - 37.0476
Singapore dollar SGD 1.1005 1.1091 1.1556 1.0596
Solomon Islands dollar SBD 6.7486 - - 5.9049
South African rand ZAR 9.2512 - 9.7138 8.8393
Sri Lankan rupee LKR 115.9570 - - 109.5448
Swedish krona SEK 5.8346 - - 5.5701
Thai baht THB 28.2218 - 31.0439 26.6747
Tongan pa'anga TOP 1.5794 - 1.7374 1.4445
Vanuatu vatu VUV 85.6880 - - 78.0763
Samoan tala WST 2.0064 - 2.2070 1.8698

Westpac will buy or sell cash only in the currencies where a "Westpac buys cash" rate is displayed.
Rates are updated Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.
Certain transactions are subject to a commission charge and/or fee(s).
T/T = telegraphic transfer received from overseas; T/C = travellers cheques.
Westpac accepts no liability for losses suffered as a result of it converting currencies and any exchange risks from the conversion of currencies is the responsibility of the account/deposit holder.
* The 'indicative' rate is the mid rate between the Bank Buys T/T and Bank Sells rate.