China Slump Breaks Aussie’s Back as S&P Spurs Slide to 2009 LowsNetty Ismail and Kevin Buckland
The Australian dollar slumped to the weakest level in six years as a gauge of Chinese manufacturing unexpectedly worsened and Standard & Poor’s said it might lower Australia’s credit rating if the budget doesn’t improve.
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