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The Australian dollar performed better than anticipated against the Greenback in the last quarter of 2015...

This week the Australian dollar plunged to more than six years lows below 0.7050c as global markets fell in the wake of a breathtaking fall in Chinese stock markets...

Australian lamb exports are expected to hit record highs next year, boosted by the steadily falling Australian dollar...

The mining boom drove a rise in the dollar that destroyed the competitiveness of Australian export and import-competing industries, a new report claims...

Many of Australia’s exporters are feeling more positive about what the coming year will bring, according to a new business survey.

Australian goods and services exports rose by 1.3 per cent in January 2015 compared to the previous month, according to latest industry data.

A lift in demand for premium wines has helped boost Australia's wine exports for the first time since 2007.

EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, predicts growth to accelerate moderately in both advanced and emerging economies in 2015.

A predicted freefall in iron ore prices could have a significant impact on Australia’s export earnings this year, according to a new report.

Australian exporters are feeling positive, with 95 per cent of SME exporters expecting their overseas sales to remain the same or grow in the next 12 months.