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0.7606 +0.0103    +1.37%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.7503
  • Bid/Ask: 0.7605 / 0.7606
  • Day's Range: 0.7493 - 0.7611
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AUD/USD Overview

Prev. Close0.7503
Bid0.7605
Day's Range0.7493 - 0.7611
Open0.7503
Ask0.7606
52 wk Range0.6824 - 0.7836
1-Year Return4.31%

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Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Sunday, July 31, 2016
19:30   AUD AIG Manufacturing Index     51.8
21:00   AUD HIA New Home Sales (MoM) (Jun)     -4.4%
21:00   AUD MI Inflation Gauge (MoM) (Jul)     0.6%
 

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Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
Current Rate 1.75%
Chairman Glenn Stevens
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.50%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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Latest AUD/USD Comments

Black Eagle
Black Eagle 13 hours ago
after huge jump no retreat from both aud and nzd part, seems game is not over yet, still way to go up which I see from latest pricing
Samaitax Mutasa
Samaitax Mutasa 16 hours ago
Struggling to break July 23 level on the daily chart
Samaitax Mutasa
Samaitax Mutasa 16 hours ago
Might roll back to 0.7500 if it fails
Paul Voigt
Paul Voigt 15 hours ago
Well this will give the RBA even more reasons to cut rates on Tues. The Stronger AUD will hurt exports and put pressure on terms of trade. The only thing that worries me is the RBA's history of complacency, but the weaker headline CPI figure may be enough to convince them even though the trimmed mean CPI figures were better than the market expected. Come Tuesday we may see a change of sentiment.
Paul Voigt
Paul Voigt 15 hours ago
What I want to know is where are those people who were calling for a "massive fall in the next few hours.." a few days ago..??? Having another look at their charts and starting to understand that the interest rate differential is still there and will be for a while yet...
Gou Iwamoto
Gou Iwamoto 12 hours ago
@Paul - nice try, but technical analysis can't tell you if a fundamental like GDP is going to come in 1.4% lower than expected. If GDP had beaten expectations by the same margin, a sell-off of the same proportions was equally as likely so your point is moot.
Gou Iwamoto
Gou Iwamoto 12 hours ago
@Paul - nice try, but technical analysis couldn't have told you that US GDP figures would be as terrible as they were. GDP above expectations at that same sort of margin could easily have seen a sell off of equal proportions, so your point is moot.
Black Eagle
Black Eagle 16 hours ago
both is pressing new highs every min. Are they effected from USDJPY to much? or is it the result of just one data... very strange day. Besides indices are starting to press highs again.... my mind is just gone...
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