Australian dollar falls

dollar14 (1)The Australian dollar has fallen following reports the United States is poised to publish a list of new tariffs of around US$200 billion that will be applied on Chinese imports that would enter the country.

The Australian dollar was worth 74.59 US cents at 0820 AEST, slipping from 74.64 on Tuesday.

Currency snapshot:

AUD/USD 0.746 0.7458 0.7458
AUD/JPY 82.81 82.77 82.77
AUD/EUR 0.6353 0.6349 0.6349
AUD/NZD 1.0913 1.0904 1.0904

AUD/GBP 0.562 0.5617 0.5617
EUR/USD 1.1748 1.1743 1.1743
JPY/USD 111.01 110.98 110.98
EUR/JPY 130.39 130.31 130.31

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