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Australian dollar falls to six-year low

Xinhua, March 11, 2015 Adjust font size:

The Australian dollar fell to its lowest level in six years on Wednesday.

On Wednesday morning, the local currency was trading at 76.25 U. S. cents per unit, down from 76.47 U.S. cents on Tuesday.

Over the past day the local currency reached a high of 77.10 U. S. cents and a low of 76.03 U.S. cents, its lowest level since May 2009. Endi