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|... quantitative easing to stimulate the economy. Mr Hollows said the Australian dollar was likely to remain above the 105 US cent mark on Tuesday but would have trouble moving above 105.60 cents. "There is quite a lot of resistance around that level. NEW ...|
|... she said. "The dollar has been range-trading for the last two weeks or so, but it has tried to break above the 108 US cent mark today." Ms Chan said the local currency could trade higher, dependent on a long-term refinancing operation (LTRO) by the European ...|
|... $US0.8874 on July 25 to $US0.7676 after the close of trade on August 17. "We could spend more time around the 84 US cent mark but I'd be surprised to see it go through," Mr Rennie said. Speculation of a cut to US interest rates has also boosted the domestic ...|
|The Australian dollar was higher at noon, holding firmly above the 87 US cent mark as demand for high yielding currencies continued to provide support, amid further US dollar weakness. At 1200 AEST, the Australian dollar was trading at $US0.8706/11 ...|
|... The Australian dollar has lost more than one per cent against the US dollar overnight after breaking through the 80 US cent mark. At 0700 AEDT the local currency was trading at $US0.7899/04 compared with yesterday's close of 0.7973/78. The Australian ...|
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T. Rowe Price launched a high-conviction global impact equity fund that is certified by the Responsible Investment Association of Australasia.
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GAM Investments has added to its distribution team with a new hire for its wholesale business in Australia.
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Wages growth remains subdued ahead of this week's quarterly Consumer Price Index release, despite a tight labour market.
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Demand for residential property is expected to cool down this year despite the number of auction figures recorded in the final quarter of 2021.
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