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It was getting ugly for the Aussie dollar until Donald Trump came to ... - Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar's been on rollercoaster ride over the past 24 hours, soaring, then plunging, before attempting to climb again.
Australian dollar jumps on jobs data, renminbi slips - Financial Times
The Australian dollar showed the biggest gains among regional currencies early Asia-Pacific trading, while the Chinese currency slipped to near a one-year low and the dollar steadied after comments from the Federal Reserve chairman buoyed the US ...
Australian dollar retreats as US-EU trade tensions drag Wall Street ... - ABC News
After rebounding yesterday, the Australian dollar fell considerably (-0.6 per cent) back to 73.5 US cents. The local currency was also weaker against the euro (-0.6 per cent), Japanese yen (-0.9 per cent) and British pound (-0.1 per cent). Copper fell ...altro »
The Australian dollar is stumbling around without really going ... - Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar staggered its way through Monday's trading session, venturing lower, then higher, before losing ground again. In the end, it basically ended up where it started. The scoreboard as at 7am in Sydney tells the story. AUD/USD 0.7419 ...
Australian dollar rises - Inside Retail
The Australian dollar has risen Thursday after the central bank had emphasised the need to keep rates steady as a stabilising factor for the economy. The Australian dollar was at 73.98 US cents, up from 73.50 US cents on Wednesday. One Australian ...
AUD/USD Price Forecast – Australian dollar jumps on Trump ... - FX Empire
The Australian dollar jumped during the trading session on Friday, after finding support yet again near the 0.7325 handle. Beyond that, President Trump tweeted that he thought of the central banks around the world were taken advantage of keeping ...
Australian dollar trashed as Chinese yuan crashes - MacroBusiness (blog)
As experienced in the period following August '15, the Yuan devaluation has the potential to trigger a global “disinflationary impulse” with stronger US Dollar NEGATIVELY impacting Commodities, and with it, global Fixed-Income, Equities and EM assets.
Australian dollar unchanged - Inside Retail
The Australian dollar has barely moved Tuesday ahead of the release of the minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia's July monetary policy meeting. The Australian dollar fell slightly from yesterday's 74.22 to 74.21 Tuesday, staggering its way through ...
The Australian dollar remains choppy and range-bound ahead ... - Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar remains choppy and range-bound, falling in Asian and European trade on Wednesday before climbing sharply into the close. The whippy price action is not all that unusual, or unexpected, given many in the northern hemisphere are ...
Australian dollar strengthens - Inside Retail
The Australian dollar has risen to 74.22 US cents at 0900 AEST, up from 74.03 US cents on Friday. One Australian dollar buys 83.34 Japanese yen, from 83.37 , 63.56 euro cents, from 63.59 , 56.08 British pence, from 56.27 and 109.52 NZ cents, from 109.58.