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Will the Aussie Dollar 'Tank'?

04-Dec-17 07:35

Will the Aussie Dollar 'Tank'?

The Reserve Bank of Australia is set to make its monetary policy decision on December 5, with markets anticipating the central bank's forward guidance. Besides an overview of what's driving major currencies, such as the US dollar, euro, and the pound, Stephen also explains why he sees the Korean won as a proxy to regional currencies, and what's supporting the ringgit.

Presented by: Tan Chung Han


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Tags:  US TaxBrexitEuroPoundECBPolitical RiskRBAOPECoilWonRinggitBank NegaraEconomic GrowthU.S. Federal ReservePresident Donald Trump





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