Australian Dollar

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    Strong currencies can create complicated situations for nations and policymakers, ...
  2. Growth in Australia? 3 Thoughts from PIMCO

    Learn how Australia avoided recession after the global financial crisis. Discover ...
  3. Australian Construction Sector Slows in Q1

    The total value of construction work completed in Australia slumped by 2.6% to A$47.928 ...
  4. Australia Trade Deficit Down to 2015 Levels

    Australia’s trade deficit contracted by 29% to A$2.16 billion in March from A$3 billion ...
  5. Australia Cuts Interest Rates to Record Low

    The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lowered its cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.75%, ...
  6. Australian CPI Falls to Record Low in Q1 2016

    Australia's consumer price index fell by 0.2% in Q12016 and increased by 1.3% year-on-year ...
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