Australian dollar down 1 pct vs USD
LONDON, June 8
LONDON, June 8 (Reuters) - The Australian dollar AUD=D4 fell one percent against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday as investors unwound positions in growth-linked currencies on fresh worries about a global recovery.
The Aussie fell to $1.0605, with support eyed at the 55-day moving average which comes in at $1.0601 with stops cited below that. Other commodity currencies like the Canadian CAD=D4 and New Zealand dollars NZD=D4 were also under pressure.
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