The volatility of the Australian dollar is at its highest point in 18 months as a cash squeeze in China spurred demand for higher-yielding assets

Joanne Ma

Livewire Markets

The volatility of the Australian dollar is at its highest point in 18 months as a cash squeeze in China spurred demand for higher-yielding assets. The Aussie struggled to sustain a two-day rally as China's central bank signalled it will keep efforts to curb credit growth. (VIEW LINK)


Joanne Ma
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Livewire Markets

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