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Equity markets in the U.S and Europe closed Fridays sessions higher and it looks like that strong finish has helped the AUD also pick up some ground vs. the Greenback. AUD/USD climbed around half to 1% while the other AUD crosses are mixed but remain near long term lows.
No economic data is released today and we’ll likely have very thin liquidity through tonight thanks to holidays across the U.S and the U.K this evening. In fact there is no real tier 1 local economic data until Thursday’s Building Approvals and Private Capital Expenditure numbers. Friday sees Chinese Manufacturing PMI, other than that, a quiet week on the data front.
AUD EXCHANGE RATES:
AUD/USD – 0.6900
AUD/GBP – 0.5415
AUD/EUR – 0.6151
AUD/NZD – 1.0539
AUD/JPY – 75.475
All Ords (XAO) – 6,545
Gold – A$1,854/oz
Silver – A$21.04/oz
WTI – US$58.74/barrel
DATA RELEASES TODAY:
GBP & USD – Bank Holidays
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