Australian Dollar Market Reports – GBP to AUD Forecasts
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Analysts now predict the Australian Dollar will lose significant value over the next two years, citing commodity prices and unemployment as two major factors.
The Australian Dollar continues its downward trend following a raft of poor economic data this week. China have shown an interest in Australia’s beef industry which has opened the door to a new trade deal.
The Australian Dollar’s strong run against the Pound has been put to the test following a string of weak economic releases. With Article 50 now expected as early as next week will the current trend continue?
The Australian Dollar strengthened following the US interest rate decision last night, prompting Pound to Australian Dollar exchange rates to brake through the resistance barrier of 1.60.
The Australian Dollar has been on a run against the Pound this week, but today’s interest rate decision from the FED may present opportunities for Australian Dollar buyers.
The Pound has been suffering against the Australian Dollar recently due to positive Australian data and the uncertainty the surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU. Wednesday could provide an opportunity for those buying Australian Dollars with Sterling.
The Australian Dollar has seen consecutive gains against its Sterling counterpart but with the FED expected to raise interest rates again, and the potential risks that may emerge in China, can the Australian Dollar continue its momentum?
Despite Australia enjoying 104 consecutive quarters of growth, the RBA may need to cut interest rates to tackle the rising problem of a strengthening currency.
It has been suggested that the RBA may cut interest rates as low as 1%, to tackle the problem of lower inflation and combat higher export prices. Australian Dollar weakness may emerge in the weeks ahead.
The Australian economy grew 1.1% in Q4, putting to bed concerns that the economy was slowing. Will the RBA look to raise interest rates in the near future and could be see GBP/AUD back below 1.60?