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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.
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.
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
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
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 ...
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.
Some of the potential new designs for Australia's banknotes. Source: The ...
The Australian can reveal that the project, dubbed Next Generation Bank Note, has been mired in power struggles within the bank relating to cost overruns and delays that have left the currency upgrade more than two years behind schedule.
Double blow for Australia's mining industry as 900 jobs are cut
Xstrata, the FTSE 100 miner with which commodity giant Glencore is trying to merge, blamed low coal prices, high costs and the strong Australian dollar as it announced plans to reduce its employee numbers by around 600. The jobs cut represent both ...
Job losses mount to 3500 as coal outlook dims  The Australian
900 mining jobs to go in NSW and Queensland  ABC Online
Dollar Index Headed for Rapid Collapse: Chart
Quantitative easingis really another word for currency wars. A weak U.S. currency puts continued pressure on the Japanese Yen, the Chinese Yuan, the South Korean Won, the Australian dollar and other currencies. Cheap money also fuels speculation and ...
The Aussie Debacle Is Signaling A Chinese Hard Landing, As The Iron Ore Market ...
Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) -- From the end of 2008 through July, no major currency appreciated as much as Australia's dollar, thanks to booming shipments of iron ore and other commodities to China.
Joe Wants Aussie Bonds to Go Long  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Bank note designs cash-in on 'youthful' image