Annual historical data for XAU/AUD from 2002.

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XAU/AUD is a currency pair that represents the value of one troy ounce of gold (XAU) in Australian dollars (AUD). As such, it is often used by traders and investors as a way to track the price of gold in the Australian market.

YearOpenHighCloseVariation
2002583.45764.58666.5383.08
2003696.53864.27786.2389.70
2004790.35896.60851.2360.88
2005801.15956.60803.182.97
2006696.12864.67749.1353.01
2007655.98845.87806.09150.11
2008886.591125.241096.61210.02
20091166.971484.021394.80227.83
20101391.041645.691627.92236.88
20111606.271762.041747.60141.33
20121666.051718.381611.92-54.13
20131632.121716.501409.57-222.55
20141337.751401.601379.6741.92
20151376.481604.611509.44132.96
20161616.941894.941823.45206.51
20171831.182003.291902.8171.63
20181905.742002.551779.85-125.89
20191816.142194.792188.27372.13
20202690.343224.193144.56454.22
20213155.333213.623038.76-116.57
20223018.433112.433075.4657.03

Over the years, the price of XAU/AUD has fluctuated greatly, as is evident from the annual historical data provided. The value of XAU/AUD tends to be influenced by a number of factors, including global economic conditions, geopolitical events, and changes in the supply and demand of gold.

In recent years, XAU/AUD has experienced some significant price movements. In 2020, for example, the price of XAU/AUD rose by over 450 Australian dollars, reflecting the heightened demand for gold as a safe haven asset during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, in 2021, the price of XAU/AUD dropped by over 100 Australian dollars, as the economic recovery from the pandemic led investors to shift away from safe haven assets.

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