With GBPAUD fluctuating around 1.90 the golden question is will GBPAUD drop into the 1.80s leading up to the UK’s referendum or will GBPAUD rise back towards 2 due to a failing Chinese economy.
China’s credit rating has been downgraded to an outlook of negative, Retail Sales and Industrial Production have also declined and Chinese exports fell 25.4% in February compared to this time last year. Therefore I wouldn’t be surprised to see the RBA cut interest rates within the next 6 months.
However in the meantime the ‘Brexit’ is going to continue to weigh down on the Pound providing windows of opportunities for clients selling Australian dollars to buy Pounds.
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