However, towards the end of the week markets calmed. As investors returned to stocks, risk-sentiment rose and the Australian Dollar strengthened again. A stronger Chinese stock market has boosted the Australian Dollar further …
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USDCAD: So the world didnt fall apart yesterday like some had feared, following Mondays stock market plunge and …
European stock markets are steadier Wednesday after the global ... traders worried about the possibility of tighter monetary policy worldwide. As for the Australian
"Volatility (especially to the downside) is historically bad news for the Aussie, given the Australian economy’s sensitivity to global growth and investor risk appetite” - Westpac. The Australian Dollar rose during early trading in London Monday …
7809, up 0.0028 or +0.36%. Daily AUD/USD Treasury yields were steady on …
If higher bond yields and recent spike in stock market volatility have you concerned the Australian dollar will continue to slide, don't be, the Commonwealth Bank's FX Strategy team says. Not only does it think the recent weakness won't …
The Japanese yen firmed 0.1 per cent to ¥108.50. The Australian dollar was also up 0.1 per cent at $0.7865. Oil prices were higher after Opec signalled it expects …