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Australian Dollar Monthly

A summary of movements in the Australian dollar over the last month.

Take a look at how the Australian Dollar has traded over the last month compared to its fair value and learn more about its comparative performance against other major currencies.

  • 02 Apr 2024 AUD Monthly March 2024

    The Australian dollar was the strongest member of the G10 currency basket in March, boosted by strong market sentiment that sent global equities to record highs. The AUD trade-weighted index spiked to a two-month high on 21 March, following the release of the strong Aussie February employment report, before falling back.

  • 01 Mar 2024 AUD Monthly February 2024

    The Australian dollar slipped against the US dollar in February, its second monthly decline in a row to open 2024.

  • 01 Feb 2024 AUD Monthly January 2024

    The Australian dollar suffered its first monthly decline against the US dollar since October last year. The depreciation was driven by a rebound in the greenback following back-to-back monthly losses. The AUD was also weaker against the remainder of the G10 currency basket except for the Japanese yen.

  • 02 Jan 2024 AUD Monthly December 2023

    The Australian dollar appreciated for the second month in a row against the greenback in December, driven by ongoing weakness in the US dollar and strength in the AUD as market sentiment continued to improve.

  • 01 Dec 2023 AUD Monthly November 2023

    The Australian dollar posted its first monthly increase against the US dollar in four months, climbing over 4% over the month. Most of the increase was driven by weakness in the greenback, however, the Aussie also appreciated against the other major currencies and was one of strongest of the G10 trading currencies, behind only the Swedish krone and New Zealand dollar.

  • 01 Nov 2023 AUD Monthly October 2023

    The Australian dollar fell for the third month in a row against the greenback in October and also slipped against the other major currencies with the exception of the Japanese yen. The Aussie was weighed down by the increase in financial market volatility in the wake of Hamas’ attack on Israel and the further escalation of violence in the Middle East.

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