The posted its first back to back loss this month yesterday and fell against all the other majors after the RBA statement release. The daily decline of 1% was the largest since February as the AUD succumbed volatility and fear for the first time in 2 months. Local data coming out today includes Westpac consumer sentiment survey and wage price index for the March quarter from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The decline in the AUD shouldn’t have an impact on imported goods such as jigsaw mats in the short term. Should it persist or even go lower there could be an impact. For jigsaw mats already on the high seas there will be no change in pricing. In any case Ezymats will remain the supplier of the cheapest and best jigsaw mats on the market.