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The Australian dollar (AUD) experienced significant falls in June, finishing the month at 0.7400 against the greenback...

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...

In the last month the Australian dollar (AUD) has righted itself back to a more normal trading range of 0.76 to 0.79 cents, following a two-year high of 0.811 cents against the US dollar in September this year...

The Australian dollar (AUD) reached 0.811 US cents early last month against the greenback – its highest level since May 2015...

Since July the Australian dollar (AUD) has remained strong ranging between 0.7600 and 0.8066 US cents...

The Australian dollar has soared to its highest level in over two years, driven by a sharp fall in the US greenback...

In a recent article I outlined how the chronic market failure of currency exchange rate valuation mechanisms devastates Australian non-cyclical industries such as manufacturing...

Australian exports fell sharply in August, ending 11 months of expansion...

The weaker Australian dollar is greatly assisting the export sector, but several trade challenges still remain, a new report finds...