AUDUSD battered on dovish RBA, risk aversion
The Australian dollar has plunged this week, opening Monday at 72.8 US cents and opening Friday at a painful 70.4. Markets heard from a surprisingly dovish RBA this week, priming traders for further easing at the October or November meeting, but ultimately AUD weakness remains a reflection of waning global risk appetite.
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