Market report for the US dollar, Australian dollar, and British pound as well as exotic currencies.
The US Dollar had a bumpy week and it was a topsy-turvy week for the Aussie Dollar.
The US Dollar had a quiet week last week. Risk sentiment drove the Australian Dollar. The Euro had a stellar week.
The US Dollar had a torrid time last week, the Aussie Dollar continues its rampage and the British Pound hit a 10-week high against the Euro amid market optimis…
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The downtrodden Australian dollar is poised to bounce back, but the road to recovery from a 2002 low is likely to be bumpy.
Smats FX weekly market report | Monday 25 November 2019USDThe US Dollar saw some strength at the back end of last week as the Dollar Index gained for the fourth…
The AUD/USD, from a longer-term perspective, has done very little recently, trading in a thin one cent range since the start of March.
Australia's dollar had a tough year in 2018 and is still a popular currency to bet against, but JPMorgan Asset Management sees potential for the beaten-down Aus…
Australian Property Investor Magazine
With urban living in a post-pandemic world being more local, compact, pedestrian friendly and connected, the quality of our neighbourhood and streets are more important than ever.
Foreign investment in Australian property has become a collateral victim of the irresistible currents of global geopolitics and international pandemic responses.
International heavyweight Brookfield has progressed plans for a $1.1 billion waterfront mixed use precinct in Perth, as institutional and private developers continue to restock their project pipelines across the country.
Nearly one in two Australians believe property is a more secure long-term investment class than shares, gold, cash and fixed interest, according to the results of a recent nationwide survey.
Driven by institutional investment, some generally favourable weather and high commodity prices, rural property markets are enjoying a relatively bountiful time.
One of Australia’s most ambitious green buildings has gained the endorsement of one of the world’s biggest environmentalists, with Sir David Attenborough giving his nod of approval to the Koichi Takada-designed Urban Forest project in Brisbane.