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The Australian Dollar: A Graphic Short Argument
If we are to maintain an Australian dollar short for the medium to long term, we will need to monitor any signs of unanticipated "green shoots" in China.
Wine exports soured by dollar's strength
The volume of Australian wine exports fell by 7 per cent in the 12 months to March to 705 million litres valued at $1.9 billion, new figures from Wine Australia show. The average value of both bottled and bulk wine exports increased. However, an ...
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.
Australia and New Zealand propose single currency  The Week UK
Kiwi and Aussie Dollar May Merge
In retrospect, the Kiwi nation ranks fifth in terms of Australia's top trading nations. According to the International Business Times, the New Zealand dollar has reached a six-month high against the Australian dollar due to Australia's $480 million ...
High dollar sees manufacturing hit reverse
A peak industry body says the strong Australian dollar and weak demand are weighing on manufacturing as new figures show the sector shrank last month after three months of growth.
Australia's wealthiest woman fights her children in court over multi-billion ...
Sydney: Australia's richest person Gina Rinehart lost an appeal for a confidential court hearing over the handling of a multi-billion family trust, pitting her in open court against three of her children over an empire started by her mining pioneer father.
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.
China's growth misses expectations  National Post
China's Growth Slows to 8.1%  Wall Street Journal
Marc Faber On The Australian/Chinese Real Estate Markets
In this article, I want to present the status of the real estate and commodity market in Asia, with its implications on the global economy.
Is Australia a 'gigantic bubble'?
“Australia is actually already in trouble,” Xie, a former Morgan Stanley chief Asia-Pacific economist, said at a seminar in Hong Kong Tuesday.
Asian Stocks, Australian Dollar Drop on Fed; Won Falls
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Stocks and commodities slid for a second day as weaker demand at a Spanish debt auction and the U.S. Federal Reserve's reluctance to add more monetary stimulus fueled concern the global economic recovery will slow.