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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: US Dollar
  • Prev. Close: 0.7455
  • Bid/Ask: 0.7454 / 0.7454
  • Day's Range: 0.7422 - 0.7458
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AUD/USD 0.7454 -0.0001 -0.01%

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Australian Dollar Contracts
Delayed Futures - 06:14 - Friday, May 26th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 0.74499-0.000270.745320.745790.74221006:14Q / C / O
Jun 17 0.74470-0.000500.745200.745500.741904087706:14Q / C / O
Jul 17 0.74460-0.000300.743900.744600.741804306:02Q / C / O
Aug 17 0.74450-0.000100.743500.744500.741601605:59Q / C / O
Sep 17 0.74410-0.000200.744100.744400.7410049906:01Q / C / O
Oct 17 0.74400-0.002900.000000.744000.74400005/25/17Q / C / O
Dec 17 0.74330-0.000200.741000.743300.741006005:26Q / C / O
Mar 18 0.74270s-0.002900.743700.747200.74270205/25/17Q / C / O
Jun 18 0.74200-0.002900.000000.742000.74200005/25/17Q / C / O
Sep 18 0.74140-0.002800.000000.741400.74140005/25/17Q / C / O
Dec 18 0.74090-0.002700.000000.740900.74090005/25/17Q / C / O
Mar 19 0.74030-0.002600.000000.740300.74030005/25/17Q / C / O
Jun 19 0.73960-0.002600.000000.739600.73960005/25/17Q / C / O
Sep 19 0.73870-0.002600.000000.738700.73870005/25/17Q / C / O
Dec 19 0.73770-0.002700.000000.737700.73770005/25/17Q / C / O
Mar 20 0.73680-0.002700.000000.736800.73680005/25/17Q / C / O
Jun 20 0.73580-0.002800.000000.735800.73580005/25/17Q / C / O
Sep 20 0.73490-0.002700.000000.734900.73490005/25/17Q / C / O
Dec 20 0.73390-0.002800.000000.733900.73390005/25/17Q / C / O
Mar 21 0.73300-0.002800.000000.733000.73300005/25/17Q / C / O
Jun 21 0.73200-0.002900.000000.732000.73200005/25/17Q / C / O
Sep 21 0.73110-0.002900.000000.731100.73110005/25/17Q / C / O
Dec 21 0.73020-0.002900.000000.730200.73020005/25/17Q / C / O
Mar 22 0.72920-0.003000.000000.729200.72920005/25/17Q / C / O

   
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Ian Kungu
Ian Kungu 3 hours ago
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Are we expecting another fall?.
Nicholas Smith
Nicholas Smith 3 hours ago
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Market set up for it, but really large data tonight from us which could send it either way
Petko Perev
Petko Perev 1 hour ago
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Yes, it will fall. Looks like on H4 break the uptrend to downtrend. The US release later data and will drop. I am expecting good data from the US. Looks like it will drop to 0.72455
Ricky Setiawinata
Ricky Setiawinata 15 minutes ago
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Are u sure good news usd? How if bad news? Usd always surprise ....
Petko Perev
Petko Perev 8 minutes ago
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check it after 1 hour and 30 minutes. It's not only news, on technical its shows fall. Now USD will surprise and its time. But this is the market, we can expect everything
Nicholas Smith
Nicholas Smith 7 hours ago
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I am very happy about the fall :) .I did not capitalise as much as I had a few bad positions that I have now cleared. I did not trade much as the Aussie always wants to go up for any excuse, warranted or not. I would advise caution around tonight's release. Personally I will wait until the data release before I trade. But a number close enough to what the fed wants means a rate rise is still very much on the cards. If all goes to plan I see the aud moving towards 70c in the conning in the coming months. If commodities don't stop falling then u see 65c soon after that.
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Nicholas Smith 4 hours ago
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I agree it needs more. But oil wasn't the main driver, was coal and iron ore. These long term bear trends will kick in and the decline in manufacturing, car and construction jobs should do a lot more. Removal of Aussie carry trade. Plus a debt burdened non spending consumer should do the rest
Pocco Miyan
Pocco Miyan 4 hours ago
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Macro economics of a country does not depend upon iron ore only. If things are that bad then how come good news are coming out? Including very good unemployment numbers. No matter how bad you say things will become - something is done to stabilise things. IMO forget 65c - 70c is impossible
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Take a look, most data releases are very poor. unenploument has been gradually getting worse with a small bump of late due to people moving from full time to part time, so that not good. And also data group changed 2 months ago. Professionals don't trust it anymore. ....., macro means everything! What moves markets, central banks who base it off macro.....what moves Aussie? Iron ore and ppp. Since peak in 2011, both declined sharply and aud has hovered around these two movements.
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I understand your logic, but everything does not always follow the logical pattern. For example, if technical analysis always worked then everybody would have made money - but that is not the case. More importantly - the pair is Aud/Usf
Pocco Miyan
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I meant Aud/Usd - so the value of Aud would not only depend on Australian economic condition but US conditions as well. And now it seems usd moves up and down on internal political situations
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Ratthaphong Meesrisook 9 hours ago
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