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Aussie Falls Despite Improved RBA Economic Outlook, China’s PPI Weighs

The Australian dollar was soft today, falling against the euro and the Japanese yen for the first time after six sessions of gains in a row. Market analysts pointed at China’s slowing producer inflation as the most likely culprit in the currency’s decline.

Australian Dollar Shows Resilience in Face of Adverse Fundamentals

The Australian dollar managed to hold its ground, trading near the opening level against its major peers, despite fundamentals that were rather unfavorable to the currency today.

Australian Dollar Broadly Lower During Friday’s Trading

The Australian dollar traded broadly lower today. While domestic macroeconomic data was mixed, analysts speculated that persisting risk aversion on the Forex market was the major reason for the currency’s decline.

Australian Dollar Mixed-to-Lower After RBA, Macroeconomic Data

The Australian dollar was little changed against most of its major rivals today but dropped versus the Japanese yen. Today’s macroeconomic data was rather poor, weighing on the currency.

Australian Dollar Mixed After Poor Housing Data

The housing report released in Australia today was very poor and missed already pessimistic expectations. Yet the Australian dollar was mixed, falling against some rivals, but managing to etch gains versus others.

Australian Dollar Firm After Weak Data

The Australian dollar fell against its US counterpart slightly but gained on other most-traded peers today even though domestic macroeconomic data was not particularly helpful to the currency.

Aussie Drops Even as Business Conditions Index Reaches Record High

The Australian dollar dropped today against its most-traded rivals, though not against the extremely weak Japanese yen, even as Australia’ business conditions index reached a record high. Yet by now, it looks like the currency managed to pare its losses.

Aussie Falls After RBA Statement & Home Loans Data, Bounces Later

The Australian currency behaved basically similarly to its New Zealand counterpart today, falling during the Asian session after the release of macroeconomic data from China but rebounding by now. The currency also fell following the release of the Monetary Policy Statement by the Reserve Bank of Australia and the home loans report.

Australian Dollar Firm After Domestic & Chinese Economic Reports

The Australian dollar was flat against its US counterpart but rallied versus other majors after positive macroeconomic data, both domestic and China’s.

Aussie Flat-to-Lower After Australian & Chinese Reports

The Australian dollar traded flat-to-lower today, the same as its New Zealand counterpart, even though macroeconomic reports from China, Australia’s biggest trading partner, were good. Domestic economic data was not so good, though.

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