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Australian dollar hit by erratic trade
The Australian dollar traded erratically on Wednesday, pushed down to US82.64� by lower-than-expected China inflation data, before hitting US83.17� in the afternoon.
Australian dollar surges in wild trade  The Australian
Australian Dollar  NEWS.com.au
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The Aussie dollar at US75 cents: good or bad?
In an interview with the Australian Financial Review last week, Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens suggested the Australian dollar might fall to US75 cents in 2015. And he intimated that it wouldn't be a bad thing. A lower exchange rate makes our ...
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Australian dollar bounces from 4.5 year lows
THE Australian dollar is higher, bouncing from the record lows it reached after the US Federal Reserve meeting. At 0630 AEDT on Friday, the local dollar was trading at 81.56 US cents, up from 81.35 cents on Thursday.
Aussie dollar regains lost ground after hitting four-and-a-half year low  The Australian
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Charts: Short the Aussie dollar collapse
As the Aussie dollar hovers near four-year lows against the U.S. dollar amid calls for the Australian central bank to pursue easing measures as economic growth slows, charts suggest further downside.
The Aussie Dollar Is Getting Crushed By The US Dollar And The Yen  Business Insider Australia
Australian Dollar Off Lows Against Majors  RTT News
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Falling Aussie dollar outlook lifts manufacturers' spirits
The US dollar makes up about 10 per cent of Australia's TWI, which has fallen from about 72 in June to just below 66 yesterday, but they are highly correlated.
Australian Dollar Outlook � December 15, 2014
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has opened trading this morning in the mid .8200's after another day of weaker commodity and equity markets on Friday.
RBA governor Glenn Stevens says Australian dollar 'better' at US75�
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens wants the dollar to fall to levels last seen a decade ago and says official interest rate cuts need to be delivered in a way that boosts confidence rather than remind people of the economy's woes.
Australian dollar charges 81s as RBA gets it right  MacroBusiness (blog)
Sliding Australian dollar may put rate cuts off the table  The Australian Financial Review
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Australian dollar plunges below US82c
The Australian dollar plunged more than half a US cent on Wednesday after thin trade and weak sentiment around commodity currencies allowed it to drop below US82� for the first time since June 2010.
Future Fund cuts Australian dollar exposure
The federal government's $100 billion Future Fund has cut its exposure to the Australian dollar and positioned itself to profit from the Reserve Bank cutting interest rates as the nation's largest investors seek shelter from a deteriorating domestic ...
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Westpac at odds with RBA over declining Australian dollar
Reserve Bank of Australia chief Glenn Stevens says the Aussie dollar faces declines. Westpac the economy's most accurate forecaster, isn't convinced.
Aust dollar bounces above US86c  The Australian
RBA Aussie Drop Prediction Doubted by Westpac: Australia Credit  Bloomberg
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