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WHAT IMPACTS THE AUD/INR EXCHANGE RATE
The forex pair AUD/INR is the symbol for trading the Australian dollar and the Indian rupee. This unusual pairing is not very common to trade but offers great opportunities for earning pips if traded well, as it is subject to significant volatility.There are several factors that influence the exchange rate of the AUD and the INR, including release of key economic data from Australia and India, monetary policy and interest rate decisions by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), fluctuations in prices of commodities, political developments and natural disasters.Among economic data releases from each country, the figures that drive most price action in AUD/INR include GDP, employment, inflation, consumer confidence, business sentiment and trade balance. Additionally, whenever the RBA or the RBI hike cash rates, the Australian dollar or the Indian rupee strengthens and vice versa.The exchange rate of AUD/INR is also heavily impacted by China's economic conditions as it is Australia's most important trade partner. Australia is a key exporter of iron ore and coal to China, and a major consumer of Chinese goods as well. When economic conditions in China deteriorate, it puts pressure on the AUD and turns AUD/INR bearish.
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AUD to INR EXCHANGE RATE - FAQ
How do natural disasters drive movement in AUR/INR?

Agriculture is a major contributor to the Indian economy, but it is a highly unorganized sector with most farmers heavily dependent on rains. Any changes to the monsoon or weather patterns in India, such as floods or drought, cause heavy losses in the agricultural sector, affecting the GDP. This in turn weakens the value of the Indian rupee, turning AUD/INR bullish.

How do commodity prices affect the exchange rate of the AUD and the INR?

The Australian dollar's value is closely correlated with the price of commodities such as gold, iron ore and coal - which are key exports from Australia. When the prices of these commodities rise, the AUD strengthens and AUD/INR trades bullish and vice versa. Meanwhile, India is a major importer of crude oil, and whenever crude oil prices increase, the INR weakens, which also turns AUD/INR bullish, and vice versa.

What was the lowest exchange rate for AUD/INR this year?

The lowest level AUD/INR touched so far this year was on 28 September 2020, when it fell to 51.642.