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AUD/USD Recommended Trading time
The hours of high volatility for the currency pair (AUD / USD) is between 19:00 and 4:30 GMT.
It is the time with the greatest movement of the pair
WHY TRADERS PREFER TO TRADE IN AUD/USD
The pair (AUD-USD) "Australian dollar and US dollar" also known as (Aussie) this pair represents about 5% of volume in the entire market.
It is a currency pair that gives you high levels of volume and high volatility.
ABOUT THE AUD/USD CURRENCIES
The Australian pound had a strong peg to the British pound until its devaluation in 1931 and in 1960 the country made the decision to go ahead with the Australian dollar.
The great commercial relationship between Australia and China and this is one of the most important factors that affects the price of (AUD) whether it is rising or fallin.
He (AUD / USD) is ranked at position five as the most traded currency.
Australia is a large exporter of coal and iron ores, for that reason it depends on a high percentage of basic products, which can be another important factor affecting the currency (AUD)
Trade relations between Australia and the United States that may affect the AUD / USD pair
This relationship is one that should be taken into account, since it greatly influences the AUD / USD pair.
The two countries Australia and the United States have maintained a close trade and investment partnership, more than 860,000 million Australian dollars in foreign investment comes from the United States, agreements such as free trade between the two countries, which has been in force since 2005 , the export of products to Australia from the United States has increased more than 91%
The AUD / USD pair can be weakened by the interest rate differential
For example, if the Federal Reserve were to raise the interest rate, money could flow into the United States, strengthening the US dollar.
Please note that the Australian Reserve Bank takes an interest rate review each month.
On the other hand, the United States Federal Reserve reviews it eight times in the span of a year.