AUD/USD - Australian Dollar US Dollar

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0.7421 +0.0136    +1.87%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.7285
  • Bid/Ask: 0.7420 / 0.7422
  • Day's Range: 0.7264 - 0.7428
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AUD/USD 0.7421 +0.0136 +1.87%
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AUD/USD Contracts

Australian Dollar(P) Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 10:42 - Tuesday, August 4th
Cash 0.74174+0.013320.728390.742780.72628010:42Q / C / O
Sep 15 0.72530s-0.002300.000000.725300.725305750708/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 0.72200s-0.002200.000000.722000.7220014308/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 16 0.71900s-0.002300.000000.719000.71900108/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 0.71630s-0.002300.000000.716300.71630008/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 16 0.71400s-0.002100.000000.714000.71400008/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 16 0.71210s-0.002000.000000.712100.71210008/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 17 0.71040s-0.001800.000000.710400.71040008/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 17 0.70840s-0.001700.000000.708400.70840008/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 17 0.70670s-0.001800.000000.706700.70670008/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 0.70540s-0.001900.000000.705400.70540008/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 18 0.70400s-0.002200.000000.704000.70400008/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 18 0.70260s-0.002400.000000.702600.70260008/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 18 0.70120s-0.002700.000000.701200.70120008/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 18 0.69980s-0.002900.000000.699800.69980008/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 19 0.69850s-0.003100.000000.698500.69850008/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 19 0.69710s-0.003300.000000.697100.69710008/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 19 0.69570s-0.003600.000000.695700.69570008/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 19 0.69430s-0.003800.000000.694300.69430008/03/15Q / C / O
Mar 20 0.69300s-0.004000.000000.693000.69300008/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 20 0.69160s-0.004200.000000.691600.69160008/03/15Q / C / O

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John Marston
John Marston Aug 04, 2015 09:43AM GMT
I don't quite understand. The RBA left the I.R the same but why did that appreciate the currency by a large proportion? If anything I would have assumed the currency would have continued on its trend fall further. The date prior to that were not that volatile. If the America data release are bullish and the Aussie data is bullish as well, would the AUD/USD continue to fall as the USD would have a greater weighting? . . Thanks
Candas Djemal
Candas Djemal Aug 04, 2015 09:48AM GMT
It's all technical, news is a bluff to deceive you. Last week the AUD/USD was positive, you expect the following week to be positive too until it hits the Median Average or Bollinger whichever comes next. That is how you should look at it. You should actually try looking at 2 Day, 2 Week and 2 Months charts because these charts cancel out any pairing offs you may see in 1 weeks. If you look at the Quarterly chart it ended on Positive. The price was at 0.76. There is still 2 months to go on that.
Candas Djemal
Candas Djemal Aug 04, 2015 09:53AM GMT
Also forgot to say, the quarterly that is anything to do with trading is the most important. This also has to apply to charts. That Median average line on the quarterly chart is 0.82. Guess what? It's pointing up also and not down. Now you know how slow they are to move on such a long time. Another case of technical analysis for the more longer term.
John Marston
John Marston Aug 04, 2015 11:38AM GMT
Thanks for that. It's crazy how much the dollar has gained today.
Candas Djemal
Candas Djemal Aug 04, 2015 11:54AM GMT
It is normal because on the simplest of charts for the monthly it was at 30% RSI. We know what kind of bounces you can get on that. Also the Quarterly Chart which shows the true level of the Australian Economy is at 49.6% RSI. That is below 50%. Only once ever in there history did they reach that level. You must remember these "Main" Traders see everything well in advance than most people. So in that respect they price it in for example what happened today with the RBA as a ways to gain. They saw that outcome 3 months ago, most saw it today. Think about it like in sports, if you are a professional you think many steps ahead rather than 1 step at a time. The same applies with traders who earn there fortunes.
Candas Djemal
Candas Djemal Aug 04, 2015 12:06PM GMT
Also let's have a look at the struggles of AUD/USD passing 0.74 right now. It is because of AUD/GBP on the simplest of charts. The RSI on AUD/GBP as of right now has hit 30% RSI on Monthly and Weekly. It was below at the start of the month at 28.5%. Knowing 30% get's passed eventually will give you the assumption that 0.78 is the most likely outcome eventually.
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Sarfaraz Limbuwala
Sarfaraz Limbuwala Aug 04, 2015 07:55AM GMT
0.747 to 0.75 and than to 0.715

Paul Richards
Paul Richards Aug 04, 2015 05:02AM GMT
RBA statement says no need to change cash rate as economy improving wage cost going down employment up aud reacting to commodity sell off and economy working with degree of spare capacity.Inflation targets sustainable growth well on target.Very bullish comment from Glenn Stevens on Australian economy.
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