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USD/AUD Forecast, Prediction and Analysis Today

AUD/USD refers to the Australian Dollar/ US Dollar major currency pair. AUD/USD is one of the most actively traded currency pairs in Forex, with exceptional liquidity and high trading volume....
However, the Australian Dollar, or “Aussie”, as it is nicknamed in the Forex community, is not one of the six foreign currencies in the US Dollar Index, used to establish the value of USD dollar. Much of the popularity of the AUD/USD currency pair is due to the fact that the Australia is rich in natural resources like coal, iron ore, meat and wool. As a result, the AUD/USD is strongly influenced by commodity price shifts. A major trading partner and purchaser of Australian commodities is China, so the Chinese economic climate will have a substantial impact on the currency price. The price of both the Australian Dollar and the US Dollar, can be influenced by the interest differential between the Reserve Bank of Australia and the US Federal Reserve, as changing rates can weaken or strengthen a currency. So, for example, a weaker USD would give AUD/USD a boost. It is also worth noting that AUD/USD, which is quoted in USD, has a negative correlation with USD/JPY, USD/CHF, and USD/CAD.

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