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US Federal Reserve Bank halts the Australian dollar's charge
But there was also an element of 'flight to US dollar security' capital flows. And that was underscored by fresh tremors over Spanish sovereign debt.
Chinese markets push Aussie dollar up  Adelaide Now
Australia and New Zealand propose single currency  The Week UK
Dollar dives as Chinese economic growth slows
The Australian dollar dropped more than half a cent against its counterpart in the United States after the data release and at 12:18pm (AEST) was worth 103.9 US cents.
Wolverine and a blockbuster case of tax secrecy
With the dollar sitting at above parity with the US dollar, no one in the industry was really expecting Australia to land the production of any big films - after all, why come to Australia to make a film when you lose money as soon as you convert your ...
Dying outback towns buck trend
Richmond, postcode 4822, is now home to Ms Ellis and partner Ambor Collins after they slapped down their dollar coin, moved a house 400km and became part of a bush community that is determined to jolt itself out of decline.
Kiwi and Aussie Dollars May Merge
Switching currencies when travelling between Australia and New Zealand is an inconvenience that could be rescinded, according to a recent productivity commissions' paper.
Australians seeing through the feel-good mining ads
There is a growing awareness that the mining boom is forcing up the Australian dollar, which is in turn placing pressure on a whole series of export-facing industries - the obvious suspects like manufacturing, but also sectors like education where the ...
Australian jobs on the move to NZ
HUNDREDS of Australian jobs have been shifted to New Zealand as local producers try to avoid the impact of high wages, a soaring Australian dollar and restrictive labour laws. Woolworths is the latest to transfer jobs across the Tasman. It transferred ...
Non-mining states 'going backwards'
"And as I mentioned it's schools, it's hospitals, it's public transport, it's high quality roads so that people are happy to go and live further away from the middle of the cities.
US property market offers promises and pitfalls
GREG HOY, REPORTER: Negative growth in Australian home values in recent years has seen hordes of Australians drawn to the American Dream - riding the strong Australian dollar into the US housing market, which in large areas has remained depressed ...
Australian Made
GRAHAM SPURLING, FORMER MITSUBISHI AUSTRALIA CEO: I don't think it is. That's a very easy way to explain everything. That's all you ever hear in the paper is the Australian dollar is screwing us. It's more than that. We don't have a strategic position ...