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    1. With the help of the correlations mentioned above, and the clear events to follow when it comes to this pair, its price movements give a perfect opportunity to take advantage of its daily volatility. The best hours to trade this pair are between 19:00 and 04:30 GMT. 2. Both currencies are comfortably liquid, the Australian dollar is one of the most actively-traded denominations in the entire world. Nevertheless, you should never forget that they have very different monetary units issued in very contrasting economies. The relationship between them are complex and this should be taken into consideration.
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AUD/USD value says, in other words, that 1 Australian dollar is worth X US dollars. For example, if the pair is trading at 1.50, it means that it takes 1.5 dollars (USD) to buy an Australian dollar (AUD). Trading on the AUD/USD is also called trading on the Aussie, Ozzie or even the Matie. For decades, the Australian pound was pegged to the Sterling until the GBP devaluation in 1931. It was in 1960 when the country decided to move to the Australian Dollar, instead of the old imperial system. The AUD/USD pair is influenced by factors that affect the value of the AUD and the US dollar in relation to each other and also to other currencies. For this reason, interest rates' announcements from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and that of the Federal Reserve (Fed) tends to influence the value of the pair.As with many other pairs the AUD/USD is negatively correlated to some other currencies. This means that when the Aussie goes in one direction, the other pairs go on the OPPOSITE direction. The AUD/USD shows a negative correlation to the USD/CAD , USD/CHF and USD/JPY. This is explained by the fact that AUD/USD is quoted in US dollars, while the others are not.The AUD/USD trading price range dates from 2001, with its lowest 0.48550 and 2011 when it was trading at its peak with 1.09669. Today it is trading near its lowest dip, with a 0.6922.

1. As Australia runs a large trade relations with China, it is historically one of the factors that drives the price of the AUD. 2. Another thing to watch out for when trading this pair, is that the Australian economy is a big exporter of coal and iron-ore. This makes the AUD highly dependable on commodity prices, which is another factor that until today, affects the value of the AUD.

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