Kent warns that there is little potential for a recovery in global commodity prices, but suggests growth in Chinese services and consumer demand in a major opportunity for Australia.
There has been very little response in AUD/USD that has spent the best part of the week so far better offered around the 0.71 handle as we await key data from the US with CPI's, fed speakers and FOMC minutes. First up we will have the RBA's minutes in Tokyo later today.
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