Aussie Weakens as Retail Sales Miss Estimates, Building Permits Decline
Australia’s dollar weakened after reports showed retail sales growth was less than forecast and building approvals declined.
The currency traded at $1.0226 at 11:33 a.m. in Sydney from $1.0245 before the data was released and $1.0283 in New York yesterday when it rallied 2.8 percent.
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