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What Part Does the Aussie Dollar Play in Retail's 'Perfect Storm'?
The hype around our little Aussie Dollar being worth the same as the (once) Almighty Green Back was generating quite the media frenzy - and to be fair, it was a huge piece of news given it was the first time parity had been achieved since being floated ...
The Canadian Dollar Is The New Australian Dollar
Canada's ascension to the throne of most liked outside the world's reserve currencies is evidenced by recent moves in the spot market--where the loonie, as it's known locally, has held steady in 2012 despite a flood into the U.S.
Aussie dollar ends week at new 6-month low
THE Australia dollar fell to a fresh six-month low following the release of weaker Chinese manufacturing data but regained some ground later in the day.
Australian dollar drops 1% vs. greenback
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - The Australian dollar dropped sharply on Tuesday to trade further below parity against the U.S.
Aussie dollar can't fall far enough for locals
The Australian strain of this disease stems from China's surging demand for the raw materials - notably, iron ore, coal and natural gas - needed to fuel a construction-led economic expansion.
Trading 'The Aussie' - AUDUSD  DailyFX
ASX shares that will benefit from a falling Aussie dollar
The Australian dollar has fallen below parity with the US dollar for the first time in five months, this morning buying 99.45 US cents, from a high of $1.08 in February 2012.
An AUD tale of correlation lost
The Aussie dollar has fallen over 5 per cent against its US equivalent since the start of the year and suffered its biggest dive in six weeks on Tuesday when the Reserve Bank of Australia cut rates by 50bps.
Expert predicts $US1.70 in two years
In the past few days Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank have downgraded their forecasts for the Australian dollar for this and next year by up to US5c, based on lower expectations for interest rates, weaker export prices and an apparent ...
Greece back on the brink
But the Aussie dollar, Aussie/US is actually the fourth most heavily traded cross rate in the world so it's actually used as a bit of a proxy for Asian growth in particular and global growth because it's seen as benefiting more than other currencies ...
Euros To Pounds Outlook: European Markets Plunge As Traders Sell Euros  Exchange Rates UK
Surge in imports sends Australian farms to brink
But Australia recently became a net importer of processed food, and the trend of rising imports is a strong one. The driving force behind this shift is the strong Australian dollar and the lower costs, including cheap labour, of competitors such as New ...