The RBA didn’t throw up any big surprises to the markets in trading today as interest rates were left on hold and there were less signs than usual of any future interest rate reductions… Former Governor Glenn Stevens did seem to like leaving a few hints out there for future policy just to keep tongues wagging between investors.
The Australian Dollar has surged against the Pound in recent months following the referendum, the announcement by Theresa May on Sunday that the U.K would be progressing with Article 50 by the end of March and just the general way that the Pound has fallen out of fashion over the past few months.
With this in mind my personal view is that this is a fantastic time to be exchanging Australian Dollars into Sterling and the key in these scenarios is not to get too greedy as there are plenty of issues out there that may turn the tide back.
All you need to do is look at the issues in China, the potential of an interest rate hike in the U.S and the potential that once his feet are under the table that new Governor Philip Lowe may have larger plans than he has hinted at and we could well see this trend turn around fairly quickly.
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