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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 drops 1% vs. greenback
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - The Australian dollar dropped sharply on Tuesday to trade further below parity against the U.S.
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 ...
Dollar to slump below parity - and stay there: banks
“It is the domestic factors which have changed and are likely to drive the Australian dollar lower quicker than we had previously anticipated,” said NAB currency strategist Emma Lawson.
Europe fears drag dollar close to parity  NEWS.com.au
Falling $A no cause for alarm - yet  Perth Now
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.
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.
Aussie dollar ends week at new 6-month low
CMC Markets foreign exchange dealer Tim Waterer said the Australian dollar fell to a six-month low of 96.49 US cents following the release of official Chinese manufacturing data.
Falling dollar encouraging even more offshore investment in Australian ...
Offshore investor demand for Australian commercial property, already strong, is likely to increase on the back of the weakening Australian dollar, say commercial property experts. Savills has already noted anecdotal evidence of an up-tick in offshore ...
The Bear Hunters
He has several shorts trades on at the moment. Individual stocks can often track the performance of a currency or index. Such is the case with the Australian dollar. If Murray is right and the Aussie dollar falls, then so too should some of the stocks ...
An AUD tale of correlation lost
The Australian dollar has veered away from its usual path. *Bad Aussie.*. But there is a widespread belief it will have to eventually find its way back.