GBP AUD Forex Chart

This is a forex chart for British Pound and Australian Dollar in real-time. The GBP AUD chart includes a whole bunch of indicators, such as RSI, MACD and more. You can also switch between timeframes easy to view historical trends on daily or weekly data.

The GBP AUD forex chart is a current real-time snapshot of the market rate between these two powrhouse currencies. The British Pound and Australian Dollar have million of transaction sent between the countries every day. These two nations share close ties, with many emmigrating for work of business and family reasons.

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Forex Analysis: GBPUSD And GBPAUD

Retail sales finally provided some encouraging news for the British economy. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that retail sales grew 1.4% on an annualised basis in April, beating market expectations for a reading of 0.1%. The monthly ...

GBPAUD on track for a 3-month reversal

We highlighted the potential for a 3-month reversal on GBP/AUD a few weeks ago. A 3.5% decline and break of key support later, a longer-term reversal pattern appears all but given. Whilst these are not your typical trading timeframes they do serve as a ...

Forex Analysis: GBPJPY And GBPAUD

The GBPJPY pair has rallied to the resistance trend line at 149.710, only to rebound lower and test Tuesday’s high at 149.182. The rally was the result of reports that the British Government is to maintain the Customs Union with the EU past 2021.

Pound To Australian Dollar (GBP/AUD) Exchange Rate Rises 0.3% After UK Retail Sector Recovery

On Wednesday, the Pound to Australian Dollar (GBP/AUD) exchange rate opened in the region of 1.7743 and closed down slightly lower around 1.7668. The pairing fluctuated throughout daily trading, with the main influence on Sterling being UK inflation rate ...

FxWirePro: Fundamental driving forces, OTC updates and hedging framework of GBP/USD

Bullish GBPAUD scenarios above 1.8520 levels given: 1) The UK Parliamentary majority in favor of customs union membership frustrates a hard Brexit; 2) Rejection of the withdrawal bill in parliament precipitates fresh election and/or 2nd referendum.