Did iPhone Sales just lead the way for the Aussie dollar higher ?

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The Australian dollar is headed back toward a near four-month high after signs consumers may not be as downbeat as previously thought bolstered sentiment around the currency. The Australian dollar jumped from around the US78.40¢ level to over US78.80¢ on Thursday and extended those gains into Friday’s session when it briefly traded over US79¢ before falling back […]

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