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Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian dollar has had a rather quiet night of trading as better figures from the US on their economy and more accommodative comments from members of the US Federal Reserve calmed markets.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian dollar has lost some ground after a weaker-than-expected US economic growth figures drove an earlier rally in the local currency overnight.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has opened higher this morning following comments from US Federal Reserve Presidents overnight that the market may have overreacted to last week's Fed Statement.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has consolidated after its recent fall last week precipitated by the US Federal Reserve's statement that the pace of quantitative easing could begin to taper later this year if unemployment in the US continues to fall and has opened this morning just above 0.9300.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has fallen below USD 0.9200 overnight in an extremely volatile session which was essentially the sequel to Wednesday night's reaction to the FOMC meeting which prepared financial markets for the scaling back of quantitative easing.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The RBA minutes released yesterday leaves the door open to further cuts in interest rates.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: It was a fairly quiet session for currencies overnight with the AUD slowly drifting back towards the USD0.9550 level.
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar traded in a narrow range on Friday night after the volatile moves of the past week as markets look forward this week to clues on the stimulus programs of both the US Federal Reserve and RBA.
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The Australian dollar breached its highest point in a week in tumultuous markets overnight, with the US Federal Reserve looking less likely to wind back its economic stimulus program.