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0.7463 -0.0017    -0.23%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.7480
  • Bid/Ask: 0.7463 / 0.7464
  • Day's Range: 0.7429 - 0.7508
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AUD/USD 0.7463 -0.0017 -0.23%

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Kate Smith
Kate Smith 7 hours ago
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I'm trying to figure out why the ECB has such an effect on the AUD/USD pair. Can anyone explain it to me, please?
Bir Bami
BirBami 3 hours ago
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It is not the weakness of AUD but it is USD's strength. After ECB announcement, people ditched Euro in favor of USD resulting in USD gaining strength. You can tell simply by observing the USD index.
herve galicher
herve galicher 1 hour ago
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it is not the right answer to educate kate smith, the right answer is the following : (aud/usd)*(usd/eur)*(eur/aud)=1 always at any moment and under all circumstances. so when the ECB made its announcment, dovish for the eur it sends naturally (eur/aud) down and (usd/eur) up, but as usd/eur is more reactive (like in chemsitry) than eur/aud, we mathematically need (aud/usd) to go down to combine its down move with the down move of (eur/aud) to compensate the bigger up move in usd/eur to keep the equation mentionned at the beginning true.
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and to complete the answer for kate smith, the only possibility to have a pair, say X/Y, such that it won't suffer any effect from a big move coming from Z, is to be sure that X/Z and Y/Z have the same order of reactivity, it can be seen on aud/nzd as an example where we see this pair was immune to the EUR move, because AUD and NZD react to EUR with the same order of magnitude which is not the case of AUD and USD
Mathiyalagan Kulaveerasingam
MATHY 8 hours ago
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Please some one says what will happens this pair when us market open
bb atm
bb atm 8 hours ago
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go nd crack .7470 ... my avg is .745
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