Trade Weighted Index

Australian Trade Weighted Index

The Trade Weighted Index (TWI) is a weighted average of a basket of currencies that reflects the importance of the sum of Australia's exports and imports of goods by country. The TWI is often used as one indicator of Australia's international competitiveness and is a useful gauge of the value of the Australian dollar when bilateral exchange rates exhibit diverging trends.

Date Value Previous Change
Apr 15, 2014 72.0 71.9 +0.14 %
Apr 14, 2014 71.9 71.7 +0.28 %
Apr 11, 2014 71.7 72.0 -0.42 %
Apr 10, 2014 72.0 71.7 +0.42 %
Apr 9, 2014 71.7 71.4 +0.42 %
Apr 8, 2014 71.4 71.4 -- 
Apr 7, 2014 71.4 71.2 +0.28 %
Apr 4, 2014 71.2 71.0 +0.28 %
Apr 3, 2014 71.0 71.1 -0.14 %
Apr 2, 2014 71.1 71.2 -0.14 %
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