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Is Now the Time to Buy Australian Dollar?
Substantial Australian Dollar declines offer an attractive price at which to get long, but traders should be careful of clear fundamental risks to the AUDUSD currency.
A high Aussie dollar dampens inflation and growth, allowing interest rates to ...
A higher Australian dollar makes it easier for the Reserve to make interest rate cuts in two ways: first, by exerting downward pressure on inflation (by making imports cheaper); and, second, by dampening growth by Australian non-resource exporters and ...
The Aussie Debacle Is Signaling A Chinese Hard Landing, As The Iron Ore ...  Business Insider
Long euro, short Australian dollar ETC could be about to bounce
A longer-term chart of the Australian dollar versus the euro (see below), shows that the Australian dollar has strengthened considerably over the past three and a half years.
High dollar new threat to mining sector
"They may not be in the lowest quartile on costs, and if they're not they will not have as much comfort in terms of the Australian dollar," said Dr Grafton, who is BREE's executive director and chief economist as well as a professor at the ANU. He said ...
Is Australian Mining Boom Going To Bust?  Seeking Alpha
What a strong Australian dollar actually means
The Australian dollar's persistent strength partly reflects the on-going weakness of the US dollar itself, but it also owes a lot to the elevated level of commodity prices, to Australia's relatively high interest rates, and to the preparedness of ...
Your questions: Quantitative easing explained
This also has the benefit (for US trade exposed industries) of lowering the value of the greenback against other currencies that are not engaging in QE - we have seen this happen with the US dollar falling in value against the Australian dollar after ...
Why Quantitative Easing May Not be So Bad for Dollar  BK Asset Management
US quantitative easing a point of interest for RBA
The US Federal Reserve's plans for quantitative easing may force the RBA to take a close look at our own financial situation, writes Greg Jericho.
Mining gets a taste of life outside the fast lane
If the dollar stays where it is while minerals prices continue to decline, Australia will become a one-speed economy, and not a particularly fast one, writes Greg Jericho.
Australia-NZ currency dismissed as impractical
The New Zealand dollar and the Australian dollar are two of the most freely traded commodity currencies, and often move in unison.
Joint Australian, NZ currency rejected  Sydney Morning Herald
The US Dollar: A Titanic Disaster
One hundred years ago, the Titanic slipped below the frigid waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. That's roughly the same moment when the US dollar also hit an iceberg. In 1913, one year after the Titanic disaster, the US government passed the Federal ...