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Since global central banks really went to town with their quantitative easing strategy back in early 2009, the Aussie has powered ahead, from a point where it was buying 0.62 US dollars to it buying 1.10 at the peak (a 75% increase). Even against a basket of currencies however, the Aussie is up 46% over the same period (Deutsche Bank AUD trade-weighted index). During this period, the Aussie was considered the FX barometer for the risk-on/risk-off phenomenon that came to pervade markets. The high level of interest rates also helped.
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