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Australian dollar steady as commodities bounce offsets weak data
The Australian dollar held steady on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve failed to surprise overnight and a lift in commodity prices offset soft domestic data.
Australian dollar lower as US Fed leaves room for September hike  The Australian
The low Australian dollar and companies with overseas profits worth investing in
Investors naturally gravitate to companies that earn a large chunk of profits overseas when the Australian dollar slides. The "offshore earners" - as they are referred to by Goldman Sachs - have generally been a winner so far for those who piled in ...
NAB: The Australian dollar is looking attractive before next week's RBA meeting
While the Australian dollar has underperformed compared to its New Zealand counterpart in recent days, it's not likely to remain the case.
Here's why this analyst thinks the Aussie dollar can be dragged to 50 cents
That's probably the first thing most people would think when they read a call for the Aussie dollar to head back to 50 cents.
Australian dollar hits fresh six-year low as Chinese factories continue to falter
Sliding commodity prices are also putting pressure on the Aussie dollar. The price of gold skidded 1.4% to $1,079 an ounce, its lowest level since 2010.
Australian dollar falls below US73� on China data shock  Sydney Morning Herald
Australian dollar hits six-year low on Chinese manufacturing data  NEWS.com.au
Australian Dollar Forecast: BNP Paribas Cut Expectations
The Australian dollar has seen its profile downgraded by currency analysts at a major French research house. BNP Paribas have advised they are downgrading their Australian dollar forecasts given the fall in commodity prices, RBA pricing and light ...
Australian dollar may hit US50� as commodities prices fall, Kaizen Capital says
Despite its rise in recent days, the Aussie is now seen as close to fair value, but should continue to track the price of key commodities such as iron ore and coal.
The Australian dollar is 'smashed' and teetering over the US70c precipice
The fall of the Australian dollar is providing a substantial stimulus to the economy. With the price of imported goods and services increasing as a result, domestic firms competing on the international stage (tourism, education, wine, some ...
Australian dollar lifts as iron ore price firms
Traders said weakness in the Australian dollar against the yen over recent weeks might have attracted demand from Japanese life insurers, traditionally big buyers of Australian government bonds.
Aussie dollar falls below 73 US cents  Herald Sun
Aussie dip short-lived as Chinese equities bounce  The Australian Financial Review
Australian dollar could dip below US70�, Westpac's Robert Rennie says
The Australian dollar is trading at close to fair value at the moment, but could dip a few cents further to US70�, according to analysis from Westpac.
WESTPAC: What will it take for the Aussie dollar to fall below 70 cents  Business Insider Australia