Hi all - latest currency review is below, thanks.
The highlight of the Aussie's week was the Australian employment data on Thursday morning. They were good numbers, with 51k people finding either full-time or part-time jobs in June. The dollar's initial reaction was to move higher but the move did not carry through. Not for the first time, investors did not entirely trust the figures, which analysts at one local bank described as "plain weird". In the end the Aussie had a slightly below-average month. It lost half a US cent, held steady against the Canadian dollar and went up by three quarters of a cent against the pound.
Sterling was hampered by politics - the government only narrowly won two votes in parliament - and by disappointing UK economic data. Wage growth slowed, inflation did not make the expected pickup and retail sales in June fell short of all but the most pessimistic forecasts.
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