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Aussie Sinks After Inflation Misses Expectations

The Australian dollar sank today after inflation data missed market expectations, fueling speculations about a potential interest rate cut from the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Australian Dollar Mixed Despite Stellar Employment Data

The Australian dollar was mixed today despite extremely positive employment data. Other macroeconomic reports released in Australia during the Thursday’s trading session were less stellar.

Australian Dollar Mixed After Positive China’s GDP

The Australian dollar was mixed on Wednesday. The currency was flat against such rivals as the US dollar and the Japanese yen after swinging back and forth between gains and losses, fell versus the euro, but gained on the Swiss franc.

Aussie Drops Despite Positive Inflation Data in China

The Australian dollar was soft today despite positive macroeconomic data in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner. Domestic data was not particularly good, but was not that bad either, certainly not enough to hurt the currency significantly. Today’s drop was not nearly enough to erase yesterday’s big rally, though, and the Aussie remains one of the strongest currencies for the week.

Australian Dollar Firm, Boosted by Domestic Fundamentals

The Australian dollar demonstrated good performance today as news from Australia was good, providing support to the currency. Judging by the gains of commodity currencies and lack of demand for safer ones, the market sentiment was relatively optimistic, which is surprising considering that recent news from around the world gave no reason for optimism.

Aussie Ends Week Flat, Rebounding After Decline

The Australian dollar fell during the past trading week but bounced to close about flat. The currency got support from risk appetite on the Forex market as well as other positive fundamental factors.

Australian Dollar Recovers after Tuesday’s Slump Thanks to China’s, Domestic Data

The Australian dollar recovered today after yesterday’s drop caused by Australia’s central bank. Macroeconomic data, both domestic and Chinese, was the major cause for the currency’s rally today.

Australian Dollar Opens Sharply Higher, Continues to Rise After

The Australian dollar opened sharply higher today compared to the Friday’s close and continued to move up versus most major currencies afterwards. While domestic macroeconomic data was not particularly good, the currency paid more attention to extremely positive reports in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner.

Japanese Yen Drops as Market Sentiment Stabilizes, BoJ Doesn’t Help

The Japanese yen was the weakest currency on the Forex market today as the risk sentiment stabilized. Releases from the Bank of Japan did nothing to help the currency.

Australian Dollar Falls with House Prices

The Australian dollar was among the weakest currencies during the Tuesday’s session, falling together with house prices. The monetary policy minutes from the central bank did not reveal anything that could help the currency.

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