Australian dollar


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Noun1.Australian dollar - the basic unit of money in Australia and Nauru
dollar - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
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The effects of a weaker Australian dollar are themselves decidedly ambiguous, for several reasons.
In 2018, Federer took home $4 million Australian dollars ($2.8 million), while Cilic received $2 million ($1.46 million) as the runner-up.
He said, 'Today I want to share with you some of our thinking about this future and to address a question that I am being asked increasingly frequently: does the RBA intend to issue a digital form of the Australian dollar? Let's call it an eAUD.
"We welcome this initiative and we look forward to working closely with the grape and wine sector to design and implement the 50 million Australian dollar (37.53 million U.S.
I doubt if Japanese life insurers or China's sovereign wealth funds will invest reserves in the Australian dollar as long as commodities markets are in distress and the RBA could well respond to deflation risk with a rate cut when the next move in US rates is higher.
Australian Dollar (aud) 5.7675 0.6697 7.1801 0.9477
Compared to the Q3 2013, the supermarket bank said that it has seen a 38% increase in the amount of Australian Dollars it has sold and two in five of these customers who are buying Australian Dollars are loading pre-paid currency cards, which are said to offer a better exchange rate, improved security and Nectar points.
Twelve years ago, in September 2001, the British pound bought more than three Australian dollars.
The Australian dollar slipped below parity with the greenback Monday and analysts tipped it could fall further as speculation mounts that the US could wind back its quantitative easing policy.
The Australian dollar will be only the 3rd major currency directly traded in China's mainland foreign exchange market, after the U.S.
But while the Australian dollar remains backed by one of the highest official interest rates in the developed world, growing evidence of a global economic slowdown will chip away at demand for Australia's raw material exports and therefore its currency.
"The high Australian dollar is challenging some of the Australian corporate rated issuers, but the ratings should be able to cope with the historic high of the Australian dollar, even if it rises to 1.20 versus the US dollar for the next 12-18 months," says Ian Lewis, a Moody's vice president and senior credit officer.

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