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    1. AUD to SGD exchange rates are influenced by a multitude of factors. It's best to just remember that, ultimately, exchange rates sum up the supply and demand of a currency in an easy to understand metric. 2. If history is anything to go by, if you exchanged 2000$, you would have taken almost $550SGD more than if you exchanged today in April 2019. 3. The Australian economy is heavily dependent on the trade in and out with China. One third of their exports go to China, so whenever the Chinese economy shows fragility, the AUD may fall in relation to other pairs, including the Canadian dollar. Subsequently, a strong Chinese economy will support the AUD.
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Australian dollar is the official currency of the Commonwealth of Australia. Commonwealth of Australia includes mainland Australia, as well as Kiribati, Nauru, Tuvalu and Zimbabwe. "The Aussie" as the locals call it, uses the dollar sign and sometimes it's written as A$ or AU$ as to avoid confusion with the US dollar. The AUD was preceded by the imperial system's Australian pound, and the country chose to substitute it with the Australian dollar in 1960s. Australia's physical closeness to the Asian continent has made of imports and exports a deciding factor in the Australian currency.Taking up fifth place for most traded currency in the world, the AUD has 8.6% share in daily transactions. The currency code AUD is controlled by the Reserve Bank of Australia.The Singapore dollars were introduced in 1967, and was initially pegged to the pound sterling at a rate of 8.57 dollars to the GBP until the Nixon Shock in the 1970s. After that the currency was pegged to a basket of currencies from 1973 to 1985, when it adopted a market-oriented exchange system and was allowed to float. the SGD was linked to the USD for a short time. Nowadays, the Singapore dollar is the twelfth-most traded currency in the world by value.

1. Interest Rates, the falling cash rate has decreased the AUD's value as foreign investors withdraw their funds and chase higher returns in other countries. 2. Commodity Prices, falling commodity prices have negatively impacted the AUD as demand for Australian Dollars to buy our commodities falls.

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