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Australian Dollar Not Likely to Break Just Yet

Australian Dollar Not Likely to Break Just Yet

David Rodriguez, Head of Product
Australian Dollar Not Likely to Break Just Yet

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AUDUSD The Australian Dollar looks at risk as retail traders buy aggressively into recent weakness. Yet low volatility suggests the Aussie currency may remain in a tight range versus its US namesake.

Trade Implications – AUDUSD: We last saw positioning at similar levels as the AU$ bounced off of key support near $0.9330 just two weeks ago. And though we often go against the crowd—selling when everyone is buying and vice versa—most retail traders tend to do well in these low-volatility conditions.

Until we see a material change in market volatility we put low odds of an Australian Dollar breakdown.

See next currency section: GOLD - Gold Prices Target Yearly Highs Near $1390

--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com

Australian Dollar Not Likely to Break Just Yet

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