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Australia's dollar by 2015 could become an official global reserve currency.
The International Monetary Fund reportedly plans to include the �Aussie� as well as the Canadian dollar in next year's COFER (Currency Composition of Official Foreign Exchange Reserves) surveys, which currently consists of the U.S.
Why the Strength of the Australian Dollar is Both Mysterious and Obvious  Daily Reckoning - Australian Edition
Azerbaijan Buys Australian Government Bonds  Wall Street Journal
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Why Hedge Funds Like the Australian Dollar
Growth has been slowing in China, with GDP hitting 7.4% in the last quarter. Some investors are thinking the bad news will continue, what with Chinese export markets like Europe having troubles of their own.
Why Rate Cuts Won't Take Down the Aussie Dollar
The prospect of lower interest rates often means one thing in financial markets� a weaker currency. But that does not appear to be the case with the Australian dollar, which is expected to stay strong even as the nation's central bank looks set to cut ...
RBA might be printing money for foreign banks: UBS  ABC Online
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Deloitte predicts bright future for tourism despite high Australian dollar
LACHLAN SMIRL: The dollar has certainly been a factor for Australian tourism and I think it's come through most strongly on outbound travel by Australians, which as we know is (inaudible) double digit growth over the last decade.
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Aussie, Canada dollars termed reserve currencies
LONDON (MarketWatch) - The Australian and Canadian dollars, the world's leading commodity-rich currencies, are being formally classified as official reserve assets by the International Monetary Fund, marking the onset of a multi-currency reserve ...
IMF considering loonie as reserve currency  National Post
RBA faces currency flows quandary  Financial Times
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Forex Correlations: Australian Dollar at Clear Risk as Volatility Near Lows
We see clear risk that the AUDUSD may continue to trade lower through near-term trade, but we may need to see a material shift in volatility expectations before a more sustained Australian Dollar reversal. --- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative ...
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Forex Analysis: Australian Dollar to Extend Drop Amid Risk Aversion
As we discussed last week, the Australian Dollar is rebuilding its correlation with broad-based risk sentiment trends, with the correlation between AUDUSD and the S&P 500 now at 0.57 on 20-day percent-change studies.
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LEARN FOREX: Chinese CPI Correlates with Aussie Dollar
China releases their monthly inflation reading later tonight at 01:30 GMT. Chinese Consumer Price Index (CPI) readings are important to the value of the AUDUSD because of the strong trade relationship between the two countries.
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Currency Devaluation: While Europe Gets Sinned, Australia Sins
It is trying to counteract the rise of the Aussie dollar which has happened because other countries are printing money and thereby devaluing their currency.
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7 Stocks to Benefit from a Falling Aussie Dollar
Nevertheless, the Aussie dollar remains stubbornly high. Even cuts to interest rates have done little to nudge it lower. One reason for the resilience of the Aussie dollar is the dearth of other strong currencies. While conditions in Australia are ...