Australian dollar rises

The Australian dollar has risen Wednesday at the open and is buying 71.06 US cents from 70.93 on Tuesday.

Yesterday, the local currency, which is often traded as a liquid proxy for the yuan, slipped 0.1 per cent to 70.86 US cents not far from Friday’s trough of 70.18 US cents which was the lowest since early 2016.

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