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Australian Dollar Mixed Despite Decent Employment Data

The Australian dollar was soft today despite decent domestic employment data. While the Aussie managed to rise a little against few rivals, the currency dropped against the majority of its counterparts.

Australian Dollar Stable After Economic Releases in Australia & China

The Australian dollar remained stable after macroeconomic releases in Australia as well as Australia’s biggest trading partner — China. The Aussie did not move far even though the data was very good and the general market sentiment was optimistic.

Australian Dollar Mixed After RBA Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes

The Australian dollar was mixed against its most-traded counterpart during today’s trading session but was generally holding ground. The session was very light in terms of macroeconomic releases, with only notable ones being the minutes of the latest monetary policy meeting released by the Reserve Bank of Australia and US housing data.

Australian Dollar Sinks After Extremely Bad Employment Data

The Australian dollar was extremely weak today following the release of a very disappointing employment report. The Aussie fell against almost all of its most-traded peers, even the New Zealand dollar that was weak itself, but not against the Great Britain pound.

Great Britain Pound Gains on Majors, Falls vs. Commodity Currencies

The Great Britain pound gained on its major rivals but fell versus commodity currencies amid risk appetite prevailing during today’s trading session. News from the United Kingdom itself was relatively good as well, with retail sales improving slightly and the central bank refraining from promising negative interest rates.

GBPAUD Could Challenge 1.9752

The Great Britain pound versus the Australian dollar currency pair seems to try climbing bigger prices. Are the bears in the search for a good spot to short from?

Great Britain Pound Stable After GDP, Other Economic Indicators

The Great Britain pound was about flat against other major currencies and trimmed losses versus commodity currencies today after the release of a bunch of macroeconomic indicators in Britain. The data was not extremely positive, but apparently, markets considered it to be good enough to support the sterling.

GBP/AUD Could Head for 1.9053 After Bearish Engulfing

The Great Britain pound versus the Australian dollar currency pair seems to lack the power to drive prices higher. Is this actually true or are the bulls just waiting for the right moment?

Australian Dollar Gains as No Rate Cut Expected in February

The Australian dollar rose today after the outlook for the monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of Australia improved. The general market sentiment improved as well, also providing support to the Australian currency. The Aussie gained against all other most-traded currencies, though by now it has retreated from the day’s highs.

Australian Dollar Falls on Risk Aversion, Deteriorating Business Confidence & Conditions

The Australian dollar fell against most major currencies today, with the exception of the Great Britain pound and the New Zealand dollar. The market sentiment remained in the risk-off mode, and domestic macroeconomic data was unfavorable to the currency of Australia as well.

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