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The Canadian Dollar Is The New Australian Dollar
NEW YORK�There's a new top dog in the world's major currencies: the Canadian 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 ...
Australian Dollar Outlook - 05/23/2012  International Business Times AU
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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 ...
What Does A Falling Aussie Dollar Mean For Small Business?  Yahoo!7 News
Dollar, stocks head lower on Europe fears  Sydney Morning Herald
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The Loonie is the New Australian Dollar
There has been a huge shift in speculative positioning, where bets on Canadian dollar strength now outnumber similar bets on the Australian dollar by more than 10 to one. The Canadian dollar also continues to hold up relatively well in the latest flock ...
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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.
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Dollar to slump below parity - and stay there: banks
The lower forecast come as the Aussie dollar fell below parity against the greenback in early afternoon trading (AEST). The dollar dropped as low as 99.96 US cents, the first time in 2012 that it has bought less than $US1.
Australian dollar dips amid Greek deadlock  Radio Australia
Dollar's decline a mixed blessing  ABC Online
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Correlations Are Broken But Australian Dollar Still Leads The S&P 500
The Australian dollar versus the U.S. dollar has served as a proxy for commodity prices, Chinese economic growth, and/or the health of the global economy.
Australian dollar drops 1% vs. greenback
As fears about a hard landing of the Chinese economy simmer and Europe stumbles from one crisis to another, the Australian dollar is likely to remain in retreat, spurred on by expectations of further interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of Australia.
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Australian dollar will tumble, Saxo Bank economist Steen Jakobsen predicts
Australia has had significantly higher interest rates than the rest of the developed world in recent years, making it more attractive for foreign investors to move their money here and pushing up the Australian dollar. Mr Jakobsen said the RBA could ...
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Australian Dollar Vulnerable To Risk Trends, Rate Expectations
The Australian dollar slipped to a fresh yearly low of 0.9794 as traders scaled back their appetite for risk, and the high-yielding currency may face additional headwinds in the week ahead as investor confidence remains frail.
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Australian Dollar Purchased Following Positive Employment Report
Employment data published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics show an addition of 15,500 jobs to the Aussie economy, causing the unemployment rate to fall to 4.9 percent.
Unemployment drops as job seekers give up  ABC Online
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