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NZD/USD – Doji candle, bond yield spread drops

NZD/USD daily chart shows Doji candle, which highlights indecision in the marketplace despite a convincing break above the 200-day moving average on Oct. 13. At the time of writing, the currency pair was trading flat lined around 0.7165 levels. The ...

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The Ultimate Guide to Backpacking New Zealand

The visa is valid for 12 months and requires proof of $4,200 NZD ($3,000 USD) equivalent in your bank account as well as full medical insurance. To read more on visa options related to your country and interest, check out ...

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NZD/USD: NZ Consumer Price Index

The Kiwi rose slightly against the American peer in a wake of the report showing the better-than-expected CPI growth for New Zealand. The NZD/USD exchange rate fluctuated between the 0.7180 and 0.7220 levels to initially appreciate to the 0.7195 mark ...

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NZD leads volatility going into Friday

The New Zealand dollar continues to be polarised by the recent election as the NZ parties continue talks to form a government for the next four years. Except for today as the NZD really did see some price action as ...

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NZD/USD stays neutral between 0.7130 and 0.7240 – UOB

The outlook on the Kiwi Dollar remains neutral for the time being, likely to gravitate in the 0.7130/0.7240 range vs. the buck, noted FX Strategists at UOB Group. 24-hour view: “NZD traded in a relatively narrow 0.7163/0.7196 range yesterday before ...

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NZD/USD Little Changed Despite Upbeat Inflation Data

Investing.com – The New Zealand and Australian dollars were little changed against their U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, despite upbeat New Zealand inflation data as demand for the greenback remained broadly supported. NZD/USD held steady at 0.7168 after … Read Full ...

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NZD/GBP: Risk of a downside break – Westpac

NZD/GBP continues to consolidate around 0.54, with arguably more risk of a downside break than a rebound, according to Imre Speizer, Research Analyst at Westpac. “PM May has survived her immediate post- conference leadership challenge, but remains … Read Full ...

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