AUD/USD News, Page 1
- AUD/USD0.6874-0.0034(-0.4993%)15:47:01(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Quoted in USD
- Day's Range0.6883 - 0.6912
- Subclass / SectorMajor
It’s All Eyes on the Pound, with Brexit and a Busy Economic Calendar in Focus
The Pound is in focus today, with key stats to influence sentiment towards BoE monetary policy. Brexit will also be in focus on the day.
The Week Ahead – Corporate Earnings, Stats, and Geopolitics to Deliver More Volatility
The focus will be on Iran and the signing of the U.S – China phase 1 trade agreement. Any shocks and expect risk aversion to bite.
The Weekly Wrap – Brexit, Iran, and Economic Data Drove the Majors in the Week
It was a particularly choppy week for the markets. The Middle East, Brexit, and economic data were all in focus throughout the week.
Risk Aversion Hits as Iran Retaliates. Expect Little Influence from the Stats…
Attacks on bases across Iraq in the early hours drove demand for the safe havens. Stats are likely to be brushed aside throughout the day…
Economic Data Puts the Loonie and Greenback in Focus. Geopolitics Remains in the Spotlight, However…
Economic data from the U.S and Canada will influence, though there will be continued caution as Iran holds back from any immediate retaliation.
‘Risk-Off’: Profit-Takers Hit Aussie, Kiwi, Safe-Haven Demand Boost Yen
The RBA said the main drag on the economy from a stronger currency would be the impact on international trade, making Australian exports less competitive while simultaneously lowering the cost for imports.
The Week Ahead – Stats, Impeachment, and Brexit to Take a Back Seat as Iran Takes Center Stage
Trump hits Iran with a drone attack that could lead to a military response from the Iranians. That would spell disaster for those looking for peace…
The Weekly Wrap – Sentiment Towards Trade and the Middle East Overshadowed the Stats
It was a mixed week, as risk appetite hit reverse in the 2nd half of the week in response to U.S military action in the Middle East.
Australian Share Market Ends Year With Investors Wiping Out $40 Billion in Value
There was a bloodbath in the Australian stock market as traders swamped the Australian Stock Exchange with sell orders on the final day of the year, wiping $20 billion off the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index in the first fifteen minutes of trading.
U.S Consumer Confidence Numbers May not Be Enough for the U.S Dollar
Economic data from the U.S include consumer confidence figures that will need to be particularly impressive to deliver recovery of early losses.