The Aussie dollar slumped to a 10-year low in July. It fell to its lowest level since 2008.
It’s thanks in part to a combination of slowing iron ore prices…and record low interest rates.
So will the Aussie dollar continue to drop over the remainder of this year and 2020…or could we see some respite?
To find out, you need to download Rum Rebellion Editor Greg Canavan’s brand new report: ‘Will the Aussie Dollar Rise or Fall in 2020?’
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- Where the Aussie dollar could be headed in 2020: The Australian dollar had a rough 2019, sinking to its lowest point in a decade. Will we see more of the same in 2020? Greg shares his analysis and how he thinks the dollar will travel across the next 12 months.
- How Australia’s most abundant resource affects our currency: Greg reveals how and why iron ore can push and pull on the value of the Australian dollar.
- Why China plays a huge part in Aussie dollar movements: The middle kingdom has a huge hand in the value of the Aussie dollar. Greg discusses how China’s ‘invisible hands’ could weigh heavily on our dollar in 2020.
You’ll learn all this and more in Greg Canavan’s brand-new report: ‘Will the Aussie Dollar Rise or Fall in 2020?’
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