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Australian dollar to fall below US75�, says fund manager
Even after losing more than 7 per cent of its value over the past month Australia's currency is still over-valued against the United States dollar, with the exchange rate set to drop below US75�. That's the opinion of Thomas Clarke, a portfolio manager ...
Aussie Dollar Rebounds on Better Than Expected Housing Data  International Business Times UK
NZ dollar drops after weak Australian retail sales  TVNZ
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Australian dollar falling towards four-year low
The Australian dollar has plunged on the back of surprisingly weak retail figures, taking it perilously close to a four-year low.
Australian dollar below business sweet spot: survey  ABC Online
RBA wants dollar to fall further  The Australian Financial Review
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Kiwi intervention drives Australian dollar down
The Australian dollar fell close to a four-year low on Monday after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand confirmed it had intervened in currency markets last month.
Australian dollar hits seven-month low
dollar hits nine-month low  The Australian
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dollar drops amid risk-averse mood
�Sentiment rather than new news drove the moves,� National Australia Bank global co-head of FX strategy Ray Attrill said. Mr Attrill said the US dollar rose against all currencies but the Australian dollar was the �biggest loser� of the G10 currencies.
Australian dollar stays below US87c, as volatility weighs on currency  The Australian
$A drops amid risk averse mood  Yahoo!7 News
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New Zealand jawbone belts Australian dollar
The Australian dollar took a bashing after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand central stepped up its rhetoric against the Kiwi's strength, warning the currency is at risk of a "significant" fall from still unjustified levels.
THE Australian dollar is lower after the New Zealand central...  The Hornet
$A feels pressure after RBNZ comments  The Australian Financial Review
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Markets facing 'violent' crash, Australian dollar too high, says RBA official ...
Reserve Bank assistant governor Guy Debelle has warned against a 'violent' market crash while reiterating the Australian dollar is overvalued. Speaking at the Citi Annual Australian and New Zealand investment conference in Sydney, Dr Debelle said the ...
Reserve Bank's Guy Debelle warns of 'violent' market sell-off  The Australian
Australian dollar still high vs fundamentals -RBA  Reuters
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Late comeback for Australian dollar
The Australian dollar has weathered another hefty sell-off that took it close to its 2014 low, before stabilising in late trade on Wednesday, as investors fretted about slowing global growth.
Australian dollar jumps in wild trade  The Australian
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List grows of companies hardest hit by falling Australian dollar
Kathmandu, Graincorp and Leighton Holdings are among the companies most likely to be adversely affected by the falling Australian dollar, according to research conducted by Credit Suisse. As part of the research, analyst Richard Hitchens tweaked the ...
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What is 'fair value' for the Australian dollar?
Until recently, Australians heard a lot about the country's overvalued currency, and how this was holding back a much-needed economic re-engineering away from dependence on resource infrastructure investment and mining exports.
Australian Dollar Forecasts 2015: AUD Predicted to Rally Then Resume ...  Pound Sterling Live
What's fair value for the Australian dollar?  The Australian Financial Review
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More pressure for Australian dollar after rollercoaster 24 hours
The Australian dollar came under renewed pressure on Friday after a relatively stable week during which it settled into a new comfort zone between US86.50� and US88.50�.
Australian dollar stable after US1c slide on global fears  The Australian
Australian dollar shoots higher
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