AUD to FJD Exchange Rates

Australian Dollar to Fijian Dollar. Get bank beating foreign currency exchange with OFX.

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FJD Snapshot

The FJD (abbreviated FJD) has been the currency of Fiji since 1969. The choice of the name ‘dollar’ was motivated by the fact that the reduced value of the new unit corresponded more closely to the value of the US dollar that it did to the pound sterling.

  • Currency Name: Fijian Dollar
  • Currency Code: FJD
  • Currency Symbol: $ or FJ$
  • Central Bank: Reserve Bank of Fiji
  • Countries Used In: Fiji
  • Major Unit: One Fijian Dollar
  • Minor Unit: Cent = 1/100 of a Dollar
  • Note Denominations: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
  • Coin Denominations: 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2

Previous AUD to FJD Exchange Rates

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Date (GMT) Rate**
Average 1.479204
31 Dec 2000 1.223932
31 Dec 2001 1.178317
31 Dec 2002 1.185493
31 Dec 2003 1.230711
31 Dec 2004 1.270482
31 Dec 2005 1.285424
31 Dec 2006 1.300729
31 Dec 2007 1.345543
31 Dec 2008 1.343578
31 Dec 2009 1.545195
31 Dec 2010 1.760134
31 Dec 2011 1.85143
31 Dec 2012 1.853804
31 Dec 2013 1.769118
31 Dec 2014 1.693513
31 Dec 2015 1.566471
31 Dec 2016 1.55016
31 Dec 2017 1.576877
31 Dec 2018 1.552327
20 Nov 2019 1.500846

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AUD Exchange Rates

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The Aussie dollar is one of the top five most traded currencies globally and is issued under the authority of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Since 1988, Australia has issued polymer banknotes--a world first at the time. These innovative notes not only baffle counterfeiters, but they are also waterproof and four times more durable than paper notes.1 As a result, many other nations have had banknotes printed in Australia including: Thailand, Sri Lanka, Mexico and New Zealand.

Commodity currency

The Aussie dollar is usually considered a commodity currency, because the value of the dollar depends in part on its exports of oil, iron ore and other minerals. Since 2013, the IMF has included the Australian dollar amongst the top six official foreign exchange reserves.2 In recent years, the Australian dollar has often been used as a proxy for China’s yuan, but this relationship is expected to decline as the yuan gains credibility.

Active trading

The Aussie dollar often ranks as one of the top five most traded currencies, because of its use in carry trades originating in Japanese yen. (Carry trades capitalise on the interest rate spread between two countries. Japan’s rates are usually low while Australian rates are comparatively higher.) Popular trading pairs for AUD include AUD/USD, AUD/GBP, AUD/JPY, AUD/EUR, and AUD/CAD.

Currency Name: Australian dollar
Also known as: Aussie dollar
Currency Code: AUD
Currency Symbol: A$
Central Bank: Reserve Bank of Australia
Countries Used In: Australia
Major Unit: One dollar
Minor Unit: One cent
Note Denominations: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100
Coin Denominations: 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, 50¢, one dollar, two dollars.

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