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The Australian dollar (AUD) has staged a prolonged recovery against the US dollar (USD) since March, when it reached an18-year low of US$0.55...

After gaining ground against the greenback in the final weeks of 2019 to end the year above 0.70c, the Australian dollar (AUD) fell sharply in January as the coronavirus outbreak dominated the attention of markets globally...

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) announcement in early February this year, that it would not rule out interest rates cuts led to subdued performance for the Australian dollar over the month...

The Australian dollar (AUD) rebounded in May, recovering lost ground against the greenback following the release of strong retail and manufacturing data from China, which pushed commodity prices higher...

After a strong start to 2018 when the Australian dollar hit 0.8136 against the greenback, the AUD finished February below 0.78 and has since fallen further, as volatility and uncertainty came back into the market...

Online shoppers are the winners when it comes to the strong AUD, with the Aussie boosting incomes from high commodity prices by increasing the community’s purchasing power of internationally produced goods and services.

Currency Market Update - 10 March 2011 EVENT: The Australian Bureau of Statistics...