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A$ & NZ$ dip on China data, Fed awaited  SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian and New Zealand dollars eased from multi-month highs against the US dollar on Wednesday after China's manufacturing PMI disappointed a market already growing doubtful the Fed will do enough this week to bolster its economy. Aussie trades at $1.0476, retreating from a four-month high of $1.0539 reached overnight. Immediate support seen around $1.0450, the low hit on Monday and the 23.6 pct retracement of the July 25-31 rally. Kiwi around $0.8099, having pulled back from a three-month high of $0.8122 on Tuesday. Support seen at $0.8083, the 61.8 pct retracement of its February-June decline, while $0.8150 seen capping any significant upside. Aussie lower vs kiwi at NZ$1.2936, hovering below a 5 1/2-month high around NZ$1.3080 hit in July. China's official factory purchasing managers' index falls to an eight-month low of 50.1 in July, from 50.2 in June, suggesting the sector is barely growing. Forecasts had expected the index to edge up ...

Euro firmer vs dollar; A$ up on stimulus hopes  SYDNEY/SINGAPORE: The euro edged higher against the dollar on Tuesday but stayed off a recent three-week high, while the Australian dollar hit a four-month high, supported by expectations that major central banks may add more stimulus. The single currency moved up 0.2 percent from late US trade on Monday to $1.2288, but remained stuck below the high of $1.2390 hit last Friday. Data on Monday added to the urgency for policymakers to act with economic sentiment in ...
A$ scales 4-month highs, NZ$ near 3-month peaks  SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The high-flying Australian dollar scaled fresh four-month highs on the US dollar Tuesday and held near all-time peaks on the euro, putting it on track to post the largest monthly increase in 13 years. A wobbly euro has fallen 5.5 pct versus the Aussie so far in July, its worst monthly performance since 1999. Last at A$1.1673 having skidded to a lifetime low of A$1.1646 overnight. Charts indicates trend is firmly lower. The move helps the ...
A$, NZ$ near multi-month high on ECB speculation  SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian and New Zealand dollars held near multi-month highs on Monday as hopes the European Central Bank and US Federal Reserve Bank may provide further stimulus cranked up demand for higher-risk currencies. Aussie at $1.0455, having peaked to $1.0498 in early Australasian trade, its highest since late March, as investors place high hopes the ECB may resume buying the bonds of debt-ridden nations. NZ dollar at $0.8073 after clocking a near three-month high of $0.8115 ...
A$ & NZ$ hold gains, RBNZ comfortably on hold  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars kept overnight gains on Thursday on hopes for more US stimulus to support growth and fresh policy measures to keep the euro zone's debt crisis from deepening further, but sentiment remained fragile. Kiwi edges up to $0.7912, from $0.7885 in NY trade. It briefly touched a peak of $0.7915 after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) keeps rates at a record low 2.5 pct. The market had priced ...
A$ & NZ$ trim losses; RBNZ rate review eyed  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian dollar regained some ground on Wednesday after a reading on inflation cooled expectations of an interest rate cut next month, but the high-beta currency still nursed losses on the week amid fears of a euro zone break up. The Aussie was last at $1.0223, having slid as low as $1.0170, versus $1.0227 late in New York. It was still down 1.3 percent for the week. The Aussie managed to cut early losses after a ...
A$ & NZ$ perk up after China data  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars erased early losses on Tuesday as markets heaved a sign of relief after a report showed China's manufacturing output grew at its fastest pace in nine months in July. The data helped offset worries about the euro zone debt crisis, which earlier had investors chasing safety rather than yield. That had seen Australian govt bond yields fall to their lowest in at least a half a century. The Aussie reaches ...


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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.434 bln
Exports $1.930 bln
Imports $3.364 bln
WeeklySeptember 02, 2014
Reserves $13.581 bln