Just in:  

You are here: Home»Markets»FXMM»Australia



C$ firms slightly on positive market sentiment TORONTO: The Canadian dollar was marginally stronger against its US counterpart on Monday, tracking positive market sentiment following Friday's surprising US monthly jobs report.The benchmark S&P 500 index edged up to another record closing high on Wall Street, extending Friday's rally after US employment rose more than expected last month.The loonie strengthened after the release of Canadian building permits data, which surged past expectations in March, though the closely-watched residential, single family component was more subdued."Once again, it's a situation where on the surface, things look good for the Canadian dollar, but the domestic factors really weren't that strong, so lets chalk this up to basic risk-on move," said Mark Chandler, head of Canadian fixed-income and currency strategy at RBC Capital Markets.The Canadian dollar, which was stronger against other major currencies, finished its North American session at C$1.0068 against the US dollar, or 99.32 US cents, weaker than Friday's close ...

Australia dlr loses ground to greenback, RBA looms WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian dollars was under pressure on Tuesday as the market remained deeply divided on the chance of a cut in interest rates from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) later in the session.The Aussie eased to $1.0252, from $1.0284 late locally on Monday. It again tested major support around $1.0222 overnight but bids held for the moment.Aussie seen vulnerable ahead of the RBA's rate decision at 0430 GMT. A rate cut not expected ...
Aussie dollar slips on disappointing retail sales data SYDNEY: The Australian dollar slipped a quarter of a US cent on Monday following a surprise fall in retail sales in March, encouraging markets to narrow the odds of further easing by the Reserve Bank of Australia later this week.The Aussie fell to a session low of $1.0270 and was last trading at $1.0285.Copyright PPI (Pakistan Press International), 2012 ...
Australia & NZ dlrs push higher, USD pulled down with yields WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand made solid gains across the board on Tuesday as benign US and European inflation data pushed down bond yields and added to pressure for more easing by major central banks.The Aussie up around $1.0343 from Monday's late local level of $1.0325, touching a near two-week high of $1.0359 offshore. The currency has gained around 0.6 percent this month.Aussie support seen at $1.0310 with resistance at $1.0360 and the $1.0395/00 ...
Australia & NZ dollars edge up, bond yields hit fresh lows WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand rose on Monday as a broadly weaker US dollar gave a boost to riskier assets, while the prospect of super easy monetary policies in Europe and United States benefited government bonds.The Aussie edged up to $1.0325, from $1.0287 early, while the kiwi rose 0.6 percent to a session high of $0.8529. Support was seen at $1.0250 and $1.0220, with resistance at $1.0320, ahead of $1.0350.Still, the Aussie was on ...
Australia & NZ dlrs creep higher with commodities, BOJ eyed SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian and New Zealand dollars edged higher on Friday thanks to better US jobs data and a rally in commodity prices, while investors also expect the Bank of Japan to underline its commitment to radical easing later in the day.The BOJ holds a policy meeting today and, while no new measures are likely given the aggressive steps already taken, analysts will want to see if the board is confident enough to forecast inflation ...
Australia dlr hits 6-wk low vs USD, wary of China data SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian dollar remained on the defensive on Tuesday after hitting a six-week low against the US dollar overnight, with the market wary ahead of manufacturing data from China.Investors await China flash PMI for April and the Aussie will be vulnerable to any disappointment. Recent mixed data from China has failed to match market expectations and stirred concerns about global growth."The market is still a bit shaken up following the surprising weakness in last ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,598.20 0.52
Arrow Nasdaq 5,115.38 0.25
Arrow S&P 2,098.04 0.25
Arrow FTSE 6,688.62 0.11
Arrow DAX 11,443.72 1.19
Arrow CAC-40 5,120.52 0.75
Arrow Nikkei 20,548.11 0.11
Arrow H.Seng 24,411.42 0.91
Arrow Sensex 28,187.06 0.26

New 2015 adidas and Nike Soccer Cleats at Kicks Corner uk

Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-22.095 bln
Exports $23.885 bln
Imports $45.980 bln
WeeklyAugust 03, 2015
Reserves $18.536 bln