This week could see the Australian dollar trade with added volatility. Economic releases from Australia include the interest rate decision and RBA statement early Tuesday morning, home loans on Tuesday evening, and employment data on Wednesday. Expectations seem to be split on interest rates between a 25 basis point cut and no change. The RBA unexpectedly left rates on hold at the last meeting and another decision to keep rates on hold may see the Australian dollar strengthen, depending on what is said in the RBA statement concerning the economy and future plans. Of course a 25 basis point cut could see the Australian dollar weaken slightly. Home loans are expected to drop from the previous month and the unemployment rate is expected to rise to 5.4%. No matter what the outcome of the releases, we still need to pay attention to global equity and commodity markets and follow TheLFB trade plans.