The Australian Dollar has taken a boost in confidence this afternoon following the vote of no-confidence and the snap-ballot for the Liberal Party which saw Tony Abbott ousted by Malcolm Turnbull – a clear victory over Abbott by 54-44.
The incredibly poor performance by Abbott on opinion polls led to the vote, so his dismissal and the clear majority of Turnbull has been received well by markets as a victory for political stability in the ruling party. It is difficult to gauge any long term impact from this. However, it’s unlikely that this will overshadow the current macro-economic forces in place, which are described in my article below. The significance is more short-term, but this boost is a welcome one for AUD sellers ahead of the RBA minutes to be released tomorrow. See the article below for details. For example GBP/AUD has fallen from 2.18 to the brink of 2.15 already.
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