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AUD/USD extended its previous month’s gains last month, gaining +1.5% overall. The rate was affected in part by the U.S. government shutdown in the beginning of the month, as well as mixed economic numbers from both economies. The U.S. government was shut down for two weeks in the beginning of October, with the government’s debt ceiling having exceeded its limits; nevertheless, both situations were temporarily remedied.
AUD/USD continued rising from its August 0.8848 low in early September, but it then found initial resistance around the 0.9524/25 level in mid-September. After a brief decline to 0.9281, the rate then rallied to reach a high point of 0.9757 on October 22nd before since trading mostly lower, eventually dipping down to 0.9422 by the 31st.
AUD/EUR continued rallying in October, adding another +1.1% for the month overall. The increase was in large part driven by renewed weakness in Eurozone economic data, while economic numbers out of Australia came out mixed, but showing more improvement than the EZ data.
AUD/EUR has risen overall since touching similar lows at 0.6667 and 1.6651 on Aug. 4th and 18th respectively. Once the intervening neckline at the 0.6922 level gave way on Sept. 3rd, the rate traded even higher to the 0.7078 level by mid-October. The cross then softened to 0.6880 by Oct. 28th, but had recovered most of its losses by early November.
GBP/AUD lost fractionally in September, as both nations reported improving economic numbers and as asset flows favoured the Aussie over Sterling. While economic data for both nations was mixed, the cross weakened by -0.25% overall, despite UK numbers showing more improvement than the Australian data.
GBP/AUD traded lower in late August and early September to make two similar lows at 1.6879 and then 1.6873 before turning to the upside again. After peaking at 1.7421 on Sept. 30, the cross then fell sharply to 1.6645 by October 22nd before recovering somewhat to 1.6884 on the 30th.
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