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Inflation increased to 7.3% YoY in New Zealand in June, which should keep the RBNZ on a tightening path Full Article

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NZD/USD has pulled back up after the 50 bps rate hike by the RBNZ but we decided to sell the retrace at the 100 SMA Full Article

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NZD/USD has been really bearish during the last month, so we decided to take another shot selling this pair after the retrace higher Full Article

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CPI inflation increased by 1.8% in Q1 and by 4.2% YoY, which is way below inflation levels in the US and Europe Full Article

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The RBA opened the door for higher rates which sent commodity dollars higher Full Article

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Commodity currencies AUD and NZD are feeling the pressure from rising expectations for a more hawkish Fed after the release of the US NFP Full Article

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Commodity currencies AUD and NZD are trading in the red as the week comes to a close, with forex traders focusing completely on the Fed's Full Article

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New Zealand is the latest country to report a surge in inflation, a factor that is raising uncertainties in economic recovery around the Full Article

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It's a bullish start to the day for leading commodity currencies AUD and NZD on Wednesday as they rally higher amid a sell-off in the safe Full Article

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It's a bearish start to the final day of 2021 for leading commodity currencies AUD and NZD as fresh COVID-19 cases across Australia climb Full Article

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The retrace in NZD/USD has ended and now this pair is reversing down, so we decided to sell at resistance Full Article

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Leading commodity currencies AUD and NZD are registering highs against the US dollar on Friday as markets turn increasingly hopeful that the Full Article

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The bullish moves in the US dollar takes somewhat of a breather into early trading on Wednesday, despite enjoying support from an uptick in Full Article

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The RBNZ implemented its first rate hike in seven years earlier today and hinted that there could be more such rate hikes in the coming Full Article

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