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The Australian Dollar: A Graphic Short Argument
If you're like me and don't like to be late to the party, with the Aussie down to 1.03 from its 1.08 highs the temptation is to give the trade a pass and wait for a bounce.
Chinese markets push Aussie dollar up
A RALLY on Chinese equity markets has helped the Australian dollar to recover from a three-month low. At 5pm, Sydney time, yesterday, the Australian dollar was trading at US103.05c, up from 102.82c yesterday. ANZ foreign exchange strategist Andrew ...
Australia and New Zealand propose single currency  The Week UK
Why is the Canadian Dollar So Strong?
The Canadian Dollar surged to fresh 7-month highs against the US Dollar as disappointing US economic data sent the Greenback sharply lower across the board.
Lego celebrates 50 years of bricks
Throughout the campaign a series of hands-on events and elaborate creations, all inspired by the bricks, will be unveiled at Legofestival.
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.
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 ...
Loonie enters period of seasonal strength
The second most active is CurrencyShares Australian Dollar Trust , while the third most actively traded currency ETF is CurrencyShares Canadian Dollar Trust .
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Switching currencies when travelling between Australia and New Zealand is an inconvenience that could be rescinded, according to a recent productivity commissions' paper.
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.
Australian wine exports slide
The Australian wine sector continues to suffer at the hands of the high Australian dollar which has made Aussie wine less price competitive against other wines from regions such as South America and Europe.