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Australian Dollar Falls vs. Rivals After Home Loans, RBA Monetary Policy Statement

The Australian dollar fell against almost all other most-traded currencies today. Domestic macroeconomic data was unfavorable to the currency as it missed market expectations. The monetary policy statement released by Australia’s central bank today retained an optimistic outlook for the nation’s economy but kept the possibility of additional monetary easing in the cards.

Australian Dollar Gains on Hopes for US-China Trade Deal

The Australian dollar rose against other most-traded currencies today. With domestic macroeconomic data being a mixed bag, it is likely that the currency found outside support for its rally. Market analysts speculated that the Aussie gained on optimism about the US-China trade talks, though it is important to note that today’s headlines provided conflicting reports about the progress in the negotiations.

Rising Number of Home Loans Contributes to Rally of Aussie

The Australian dollar rallied against other most-traded currencies today. Positive domestic macroeconomic data likely contributed to the rally.

Aussie Mixed After Poor Domestic Macroeconomic Data

The Australian dollar was mixed today, falling against some currencies, staying flat against others, but also managing to gain on the Swiss franc. Domestic macroeconomic reports released over the trading session were detrimental to the currency.

Aussie Sinks as US-China Trade Tensions Sour Market Sentiment

The Australian dollar sank today, leading the decline among riskier commodity currencies, as the market sentiment deteriorated amid escalating trade tensions between China and the United States. Domestic macroeconomic data was not helpful to the Aussie either.

Australian Dollar Gets Boost from Housing Data & Crude Oil

The Australian dollar rose against its most-traded rivals today, supported by domestic macroeconomic data and other positive fundamentals. There were negative factors as well, but positive ones had ultimately bigger impact.

Aussie Gains on Positive News About US-China Trade War

The Australian dollar gained today despite domestic macroeconomic data, which was not particularly supportive to the currency. The rally was a result of the positive market sentiment caused by news about good developments in the US-China trade relationships.

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.

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