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Fresh from last week's news on a COVID vaccine, Moderna has come out with an even better update that has rallied risk assets. Full Article

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The standout performer yesterday was the NZD/USD and the bullish trend looks like it is set to continue today. Full Article

3 Wks.

NZD/USD turned really bullish after the RBNZ turned slightly hawkish last night Full Article

3 Wks.

As expected the RBNZ has left interest rates unchanged at their monthly meeting while adding further stimulus measures. Full Article

3 Wks.

The NZD/USD might be pushing higher today, but looking ahead this week, the RBNZ is getting set to try and loosen their monetary policy even Full Article

3 Wks.

NZD/USD has formed a bearish reversing pattern after the reversal up Full Article

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The NZD/USD is weak in Asian trade as speculation grows that interest rates could head into the negative. Full Article

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The coronavirus pandemic has pushed New Zealand's economy into the most severe contraction ever recorded during Q2 2020 Full Article

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The NZD/USD was already weak headed into the RBNZ announcement today and the lift in asset purchases has seen a quick fall. Full Article

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Markets were relatively choppy overnight as the week started quietly. That said there was still some range for the key Asian pairs. Full Article

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Economists polled by Reuters expect the RBNZ to hold its OCR steady at 0.25% till the end of this year, but some of them anticipate the possibility Full Article

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New Zealand's economy registered the sharpest contraction in nearly three decades during Q1 2020 on account of the coronavirus pandemic Full Article

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NZD/USD retreated lower after the RBNZ meeting last night, but is reversing back up now from the support at 0.66 Full Article

7 Mo.

Risk has been a little on the nose this week, after a few weeks where the sentiment has certainly improved. Full Article

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The unemployment rate in New Zealand has shown a slight increase during Q1 2020, but the government has cautioned that it could worsen in Q2 Full Article

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