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Pound v Australian Dollar: GBP extends gains against AUD as retail sales fall

Pound v Australian Dollar: GBP extends gains against AUD as retail sales fall UK MANUFACTURING PMI might have fallen short of forecasts, but the pound is managing to extend gains against the Australian dollar. Watch the GBP closely over the next few months. The GBP is trading in a range and either we will have […]

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GBP AUD Update 17/01/2017

 

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