1 AUD = 64.1039BDT
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- Country of Circulation: Australia, Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Australian Antarctic Territory, Christmas Island and others
- Currency Code, Symbol: AUD, AU$
- Denominations of coins in circulation: 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2
- Denominations of banknotes in circulation: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
The Australian dollar (symbol: $ ,code: AUD, number 036) is the currency of the Commonwealth of Australia. It is used not only on the territory of Australia, but also on the adjacent islands: Cocos Islands, Norfolk, and Christmas Islands. $ is identified as AUD or by the classic dollar sign on the global financial market.
One AUD is 100 cents. It has come into action in 1966, replacing the Australian pound. Since the late 80s, banknotes have been being made from special flexible plastic instead of paper. It makes money last longer in humid Australian climate. Interestingly, all banknotes have the same height, but are different in length. On the notes you can find portraits of historical and political figures, important buildings and objects. Australia also regularly issues commemorative coins worth 50 cents.Read More
- Country of Circulation: Bangladesh
- Currency Code, Symbol: BDT, ৳
- Denominations of coins in circulation: ৳5
- Denominations of banknotes in circulation: ৳5, ৳10, ৳20, ৳50, ৳100, ৳200, ৳500 and ৳1000
The Bangladeshi taka (৳) is the national currency used and issued in the Republic of Bangladesh. In the international arena, it is known as BDT. Until recently, 1 taka correlated to 100 coins – poysha.
Today, they are not used in circulation. The Bangladeshi taka appeared in 1972. Before that, the republic was in the Pakistan union and used the Pakistani rupee. While issuing commemorative banknotes devoted to the 40th anniversary of the currency, there has been made an unpleasant mistake in the name of the country. Afterwards, it was fixed, but the notes now are part of different private collections.Read More
Historical data of the 1 Australian Dollar to the Bangladeshi Taka exchange rate
AUD/BDT – Australian Dollar to Bangladeshi Taka conversionOur AUD/BDT currency converter allows instant conversion by live rates. Current value of 1 AUD equals 64.1039 BDT.
Australian Dollar to Bangladeshi Taka conversionWe use quotation information as of 2021-10-22 12:38 AM ET to calculate the conversion rate of two currencies. Specified values are considered average but can match the rates of specific financial organizations. To get a result, you only need to:
- indicate an amount of money to convert in the window with Australian Dollars;
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How has the dynamic of AUD to BDT rate changed in the last weekHere you can also find a chart with the Australian Dollar rate fluctuations since 2015. In the last week, the pound to dollar conversion rate has changed by 0.6161 BDT or +0.9611%.
The dynamic of AUD to BDT rate over the last monthThe monthly data of AUD to BDT conversion rate dynamic helps to understand market trends better. AUD has moved by +3.0442% or 1.9514 BDT.