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Reserve Bank of Australia

The Reserve Bank of Australia was established on 14 January 1960 when the central banking functions of the Commonwealth Bank were transferred under the Reserve Bank Ac...

The Reserve Bank of Australia was established on January 14, 1960, when the central banking functions of the Commonwealth Bank were transferred under the Reserve Bank Act 1959, and it is Australia's central bank and note-issuing authority. The RBA is responsible for servicing the Australian government, passing on bank profits to the government, as well as servicing other central banks and official institutions.
The Commonwealth of Australia, referred to as "Australia". Located between the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean, surrounded by seas on all sides, it is the only country in the world that covers an entire continent, so it is also called "Australia", and its capital is Canberra. The currency used in Australia is the Australian Dollar, code AUD.
Australian dollar to US dollar exchange rate: https://cn.investing.com/currencies/aud-usd
Australian dollar to Chinese yuan exchange rate: https://cn.investing.com/currencies/aud-cny

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