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Back on the defensive as a WSJ article.......>

AUSSIE: Back on the defensive as a WSJ article hits the wires, A slump in
Australian retail sales in July and August is no cause for immediate alarm, but
a response through interest rates could be warranted if consumption across the
economy loses momentum entirely, according to central bank board member Ian
Harper. Aussie dropped from near $0.7798 to $0.7773 and now trades at $0.7786.
Support is now seen at $0.7740, Jul13 high and should now act as support.

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