Australian dollar down

The Australian dollar has fallen Friday, buying 67.57 US cents from 67.68 US cents on Thursday.

Yesterday morning, the local currency was up buying 67.83 US cents from 67.76 US cents on Wednesday.

On Wednesday it fell, buying 67.76 US cents from 67.83 US cents on Tuesday. Tuesday morning, the Aussie dollar was 67.65 US cents from 67.84 US cents on Monday.

On Monday, the Aussie found a sliver of support as the prospect of stimulus in China and Europe soothed risk sentiment, though the Sino-US trade dispute remains a nagging worry.

The Aussie was worth 67.80 at about midday (AEST) on Monday after China’s central bank on Saturday unveiled a key interest rate reform to help steer borrowing costs lower for companies and support the economy.

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