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AUD/NZD Heading Towards 1.0361

The Australian dollar versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair is approaching the important weekly level of 1.0361.

AUD/JPY at the 67.03 Resistance

The Australian dollar versus the Japanese Yen currency pair is being given a test by the 67.03 level.

Can AUD/USD Recover 0.6313?

The Australian dollar versus the US dollar currency pair seems to be in bullish hands. Are the bears just around the corner?

AUD/NZD Still Thinking at the 1.0200 Handle

The Australian dollar versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to be undecided concerning what path to take.

AUD/JPY Could Reach 67.03

The Australian dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair may be heading towards the north. Is this just a bearish opportunity to get better shorting prices?

Aussie Weak amid Lockdown, QE Bond Buying

The Australian dollar was among the weakest currencies on the Forex market together with its commodity-related counterparts today due to coronavirus panic that makes investors seek safer options. While it has trimmed its losses by now, the Aussie is still trading below the opening level against the majority of most-traded currencies.

Is 0.5511 a Bearish Barrier on AUD/USD?

The Australian dollar versus the US dollar currency pair dropped until the 0.5511 level. The bulls may have some reasons to keep a close eye.

Aussie Attempts to Recover After Plunging to Lowest in Decade

The Australian dollar plunged to the lowest level in more than a decade against a range of currencies today but now is trying to recover. As was expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia announced additional monetary stimulus. Meanwhile, employment data showed surprisingly good results.

AUD/NZD at the Weekly Support of 1.0000

The Australian dollar versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair reached a very important support area. Is possible to see a bullish comeback from here?

Can AUD/JPY Fall More from 64.12?

The Australian dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair continued declining. But the bulls might be just around the corner.

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