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Exchange Rates Essay

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Discuss the effects of an appreciation of the Australian dollar on Australia's external stability

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Economics Macroeconomics Depreciation Exchange rate International trade International economics Foreign exchange market Australian dollar Currency Government debt Balance of payments Floating exchange rate
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Economics Macroeconomics Depreciation Exchange rate International trade International economics Foreign exchange market Australian dollar Currency Government debt Balance of payments Floating exchange rate
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Under a floating exchange rate system, the forces of supply and demand determine the value of the Australian dollar. An appreciation is an increase in the value of the $A and results from an increase in demand or a decrease in supply of $A on the foreign exchange market. The exchange rate has a significant impact on Australia’s external stabilitydefined as an objective of government policy, which seeks to promote sustainability on the external accounts - affecting out international competitiveness, level of foreign direct investment and our capacity to service foreign debt. As shown in the diagram below, market forces establish the equilibrium pric...
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