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AUD/USD - Australian Dollar US Dollar

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0.8506 -0.0036    (-0.42%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.8542
  • Bid/Ask: 0.8505 / 0.8507
  • Day's Range: 0.8486 - 0.8549
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AUD/USD Overview

Prev. Close0.8542
Bid0.8506
Day's Range0.8486 - 0.8549
Open0.8542
Ask0.8508
52 wk Range0.8477 - 0.9504
1-Year Return-6.26%

AUD/USD News & Analysis

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SignalGOLD $8,189.08 121.42% 69.24% 51 Autotrade

Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
Current Rate 2.50%
Chairman Glenn Stevens
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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I get the Loot
I get the Loot Nov 28, 2014 04:34AM GMT
ether, are you in any trades? i havent touched the aussie today, but holding onto the euro right now. i will get back in AUD once i see some big buyers come in.
Ether Ion
Ether Ion Nov 28, 2014 04:39AM GMT
bleeding love from a buy at 8600 from afew days :) thought it might of went to 8750 then fell a sleep to just find it back at 8600 :( i should of exit last nite, but i hedged 8580 @ 5 lot down and another at 8540, just exit my 8580 just then, and brought a 5 up 8498 hopefully i dont burn :)
I get the Loot
I get the Loot Nov 28, 2014 04:49AM GMT
it'll come back. theyre just playing with it today. surprise interest rate hike on monday... gov basically said they had to do it, without officially saying it. they dont have a choice. hang in there.

Ether Ion
Ether Ion Nov 28, 2014 04:03AM GMT
if it breaks 8475 we gonna be in trouble :)

I get the Loot
I get the Loot Nov 28, 2014 03:37AM GMT
Consider the consequences to US economy as oil becomes cheaper. At what point will production not be feasible due to the low oil price. It will kill lots of jobs, and cause more imports of oil from the saudis. That has a more detrimental effect to the US economy than a dollar less per gallon at the pump. OPEC had no choice but to increase supply, drive prices down to a point where it's not profitable for the US to produce. Saudis sell cheaper oil, but lots more of it, so in the end its the same. Point is, the US dollar will probably take a big hit once forecasts about slowing US economy come to light. We should see gold, aud, swiss/euro start making a more aggressive move upwards. Thats just my opinion. Does anyone have reasons for the US dollar to go higher?
Ether Ion
Ether Ion Nov 28, 2014 03:49AM GMT
even so, it wont change the exchange rate, has Commodities get cheaper the exchange will be the damage rate to make up for the US economy, therefore high chance of going down to 8200 soon, so it'll still be the same as buying a barrel of oil for 80/barrel, just alot just havent notice it :)
I get the Loot
I get the Loot Nov 28, 2014 04:20AM GMT
could be cheap oil, not necessarily gold though. Swiss vote Nov 30 to increase holdings to 20%. It's more risky to sell gold than to buy it right now. yet, its been chopped pretty hard today. i don't think any of this downward movement today is sustainable, and probably because the market is more easily manipulated since its holiday and less players. Gold vote on Sunday, potential of Aussie to increase rates on Monday to ease housing.... there is just to much risk to go short, imo. pretty sure we will go back up much faster than we came down today. we'll see. will get interesting at 3am once European markets open.
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