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Australia & NZ dollars pinned down by China, yen rally SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian dollar fell to 4-1/2-year lows on Tuesday, while the New Zealand dollar struggled as growth concerns in China and plunging oil prices encouraged investors to buy the safe haven yen. The Australian dollar was at $0.8222, having touched $0.8200, its weakest since mid-2010 and an area packed with option barriers. A clear break would target the 2010 low of $0.8066. It got cold-shouldered after China's factory activity slowed more than expected last month.The Aussie is sensitive to news out of China, Australia's top export market.A rallying yen also kept the Aussie under pressure after another slump in oil prices saw a bout of risk aversion. The Aussie slipped to a seven-week trough of 96.65 yen, having shed more than 6 yen in three weeks.Not helping were minutes the Reserve Bank of Australia's policy meeting which showed the central bank wanted the currency to fall further to support ...

Australia dollar battered by oil dip, hostage incident, NZ dollar softer SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian dollar dropped to 4-1/2-year lows on Monday on falling commodity prices and concerns about global growth, while a hostage incident in Sydney further undermined sentiment. The Australian dollar slipped to $0.8214, from $0.8244 in early trade. It plumbed $0.8204, the lowest since mid-2010, as Brent crude futures fell to a new five-year low near $60 a barrel. Selling against the yen also pressured the Aussie which dropped to a six-week trough of ...
Australia dollar on defensive after RBA boss speaks, NZ dollar holds gains SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian dollar struggled to stabilise on Friday after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) chief said the currency should be much lower, putting it on track for a fourth week of losses. In contrast, the New Zealand dollar was on track to show its first weekly gain in a month. The Australian dollar eased to $0.8250, not far from a fresh 4-1/2-year trough of $0.8214 set overnight. The Aussie has lost 3 percent ...
Australian dollar edges up after mixed jobs report SYDNEY: The Australian dollar nudged up on Thursday after a better-than-expected job report. The Aussie jumped to a week high of $0.8378, before paring back to $0.8367, still up 0.6 percent on the day. The Aussie has touched a four-year low of $0.8223 earlier in the week. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
NZ dollar rallies after RBNZ, drags Australian dollar up SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian and New Zealand dollars regained some ground on Thursday after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand sounded less dovish than some had wagered on, while the US dollar suffered a shakeout of long positions. The kiwi surged nearly 2 percent to $0.7850 after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) said "some further increase in the cash rate is expected to be required at a later stage" to return rates to a ...
Dollar drop eases pressure on metals SYDNEY: Metals edged higher on Thursday as the dollar weakened against an index of currencies on year-end positioning and partly due to risk-aversion triggered by steep losses in oil. "All these extreme moves in the oil markets have repercussions on sentiment in other asset classes. But generally metals have held up extremely well," said analyst Mark Keenan of Societe Generale in Singapore."A lot of that is because metals discounted the Chinese slowdown quite early on ...
Dollar under pressure after shake out of crowded bullish positions SYDNEY/TOKYO: The dollar nursed hefty losses on Wednesday following a brutal shakeout of bullish positions as investors found incentives to take profits as the year-end loomed. Spooking markets, political uncertainty in Greece appeared to have reignited worries about Europe, prompting a slide in equities and flight to safety into US Treasuries.That drove yields lower, which in turn knocked the dollar index off a near six-year perch. The greenback slid to 118.780 against the yen, a ...


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Foreign Debt $62.649bn
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