A quiet week for economic data however Australian Dollar exchange rates will no doubt remain volatile (Daniel Wright)

AUD to GBP Moves Lower from Highs on Virus

So this week we have very little out in terms of economic data for the market to feed off of, however do not let that fool you into thinking that we are going to have a flat market over the course of the week.

Last night we saw the U.S debates between Trump and Clinton and it appears that =Clinton came out on top which led to a little strength for the Australian Dollar due to riskier currencies coming back into fashion.

One of the key things to look out for, on top of commodity prices and general risk appetite is what we see happen in the U.S elections. Should Clinton remain out in the clear then we may see further Australian Dollar strength however you must be aware that if we do suddenly start to see Trump charge ahead then perceived ‘riskier’ currencies such as the Australian Dollar will be likely to weaken… As investors and speculators will be fairly likely to panic if Trump does start to look like he may win.

We have U.K growth figures out on Friday morning which will be the main driver for GBP/AUD exchange rates towards the end of this week but asides from that the key focus will be changes in commodity prices, news from China, U.S election and general risk appetite.

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