The AUD/USD is trading nearly flat after the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep its benchmark cash rates at a record low of 1.5 percent, and pointed to weaker growth in the quarter ended March 31.The Forex pair didn’t have much of a reaction to the widely expected move by the RBA, which suggests investors will be more reactive to Wednesday’s quarterly GDP data. According to economists, the GDP data is expected to come in weaker than expected after a disappointment in the country’s current account figures.

Nevertheless I personally am waiting for buying signals.
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