AUD/JPY — News Archive


AUD/JPY at Lowest Since January

The Australian dollar dropped during the current trading session, reaching the lowest level in more than two months against the Japanese yen. Both domestic and overseas fundamentals contributed to the drop of the currency.

Economic Data from Australia & China Helps Aussie

The Australian dollar rallied against other currencies during the current trading session with the help of good macroeconomic reports from Australia and its biggest trading partner, China. The exception was the US dollar, against which the Aussie rallied initially but retreated to trade close to the opening level later.

AUD/USD Trades in a Range Ahead of Australia’s GDP Announcement

The AUD/USD currency pair was trading within a range for the better part of today’s session even as markets await the release of GDP data for the last quarter of 2016 early tomorrow morning. The Aussie failed to capitalize on a weaker US dollar even as markets await Donald Trump‘s speech before congress scheduled for later today.

AUD/USD Bullish Trend Reverses, Despite Positive Australian Employment Data

The AUD/USD currency declined significantly today to reverse the bullish trend that the currency pair has enjoyed since the beginning of the year. This was a major reversal from the currency pair’s rally witnessed yesterday after the release of positive Australian employment data for the month of January.

Market Sentiment Sours, Restoring Demand for Safety of Yen

The Japanese yen gained on its rivals during the current trading session as the market sentiment soured, making investors shun riskier assets and prefer safer ones.

Australian Dollar Gains, Lifted by Positive Data

The Australian dollar gained today, reaching new multi-year highs against a number of currencies, as economic reports released from Australia during the current trading session were relatively good.

Aussie Moves Higher After RBA Maintains Policy, Makes Hawkish Remarks

The Australian dollar rose against its most-traded counterparts today following yesterday’s drop after the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to leave its monetary policy unchanged.

Australian Dollar Weakens After Inflation Data

The Australian dollar fell against its major peers today after worse-than-expected inflation data released from Australia today. The currency was trading in a range during the past couple weeks following the strong rally that has started at the end of the last year and continued into the beginning of the current year.

Australian Dollar Strong After Employment Report

The employment report released from Australia during the Asian trading session was mixed, but that did not prevent the Australian dollar from beating most of its rivals, though not the very strong US dollar.

Australian Dollar Etches Small Gains After Economic Releases

The Australian dollar etched small gains against some of most-traded currencies after the release of macroeconomic reports from Australia as well as from China, Australia’s biggest trading partner.