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AcronymDefinition
AUDAustralian Dollar
AUDAudit
AUDAuditorium
AUDAuditory
AUDAudiologist
AUDDoctor of Audiology
AUDAmerican University in Dubai
AUDAssociation for Union Democracy (New York)
AUDAlcohol Use Disorder
AUDAllocation Unique Dégressive
AUDAgence d'Urbanisme et de Développement (French: Planning and Development Agency; Saint-Omer, France)
AUDAdd Update Delete
AUDAvailable for Use Data
AUDAuthentification Universelle de Documents (French: Universal Authentication of Documents)
AUDAcute-Use Drugs
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Goldman Sach's economists earlier this week were also forced to revise their previous forecasts after the Australian dollar failed to live up to their forecasts.
There is also the issue of where these central banks will invest Australian dollar reserves and the interest earned.
Citing examples, Anderson said the Australian Dollar and the Canadian Dollar often move closely with world commodity prices, given the strong focus on export of commodities by these economies.
With most of their products sold in US dollars, a stronger Australian dollar translates into less revenue in local currency terms.
Virgin Blue has now indicated that it could take a similar decision in the coming weeks if oil prices continue to rise and the Australian dollar continues to fall, according to the Australian Associated Press.
5 million Australian dollars (P448 million) for the acquisition of 100 percent of South Australian bottler Barossa Bottling Services Pty.
Westpac has updated its disclosure to clarify that Australian dollar transactions when they are processed by overseas merchants will also attract a foreign transaction fee.
dollars) while the United States, Australia's largest direct foreign investor, New Zealand and Chile will maintain their over 1 billion Australian dollar (695.
The Australian dollar has dropped in value on fears that the RBA could cut its interest rates.
The Australian dollar dipped to a 19-month low on Wednesday up to 95.
For customers in Australia, MoneyGram is currently offering a USD 16 Australian dollar flat fee for any amount up to USD 10,000 US dollars from now until January 2, 2013.
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