Instrument description

Trade the US Dollar (USD) against the Australian Dollar (AUD). This currency pair, also known as the ‘Aussie’ in trading jargon, represents one of the seven major currency pairs that contain the US dollar and is one of the most traded pairs in the forex market. To trade this currency pair, you’ll need to be fully aware of monetary policy and interest rates set by both the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Federal Reserve (also known as the Fed). The Australian dollar enjoys a positive correlation to the Canadian dollar (CAD) as both countries are commodity-rich exporters with similar economic structures. Check the latest price information and trading activity for this currency pair.

Market sentiment

See if traders are currently sellers or buyers of each market

Instrument specification

Nominal Value of one Lot
AUD 100 000
Size of one PIP
0.0001
Minimum Quotation in Step (in points)
0.00001
Minimum/Maximum Order Size in Lots
0.01, max 50
Minimum Transaction Step in Lots
0.01
Trading Hours
24h from Sunday 11:00 pm to Friday 10:00 pm

Trading CFDs on a leveraged basis involves significant risk of loss to your capital. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure you fully understand all of the risks.

Trading CFDs on a leveraged basis involves significant risk of loss to your capital. Please ensure you fully understand all of the risks.

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss to your capital