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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 is still uncertain despite the positive GDP report for Q2 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 Kiwi will be in focus in the Asian session today as we hear from the RBNZ. Full Article

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In the next few hours, the RBNZ will release its interest rate decision for February, with the expectation being that they will leave rates Full Article

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Markets are getting set for a big meeting of the RBNZ where it is still up in the air as to whether or not we will see a cut. Full Article

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So far this year, we've seen most of the big central bank decisions being relatively certain events. That's not the case this week with the Full Article

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New Zealand has released its latest employment figures and given the soft number, there appears to still be some concerns around the state o Full Article

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The RBNZ has smashed expectations and come out with a huge 50bp rate cut. That takes the OCR to 1.0% down from 1.5%, in what was a huge shoc Full Article

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Gold climbed to a more than six-year high around $1,460, gaining more than 1%, as an escalating trade conflict between the United States and Full Article

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Was gibt es Neues, geschätzte Kollegen?Die Finanzmärkte zeigten während der asiatischen Sitzung eine gewisse Volatilität, als die Reserve Bank of A... Full Article

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Today, the fundamental side is a bit muted, however, the focus is likely to date on the technical side of the market. During the Asian... Full Article

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Heute ist die Fundamentalseite etwas verhalten, der Fokus dürfte jedoch auf der technischen Seite des Marktes liegen. Während der Asien-Sitzung stieg... Full Article

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The RBNZ has kept official rates on hold at 1.5% in what was the expectation coming into the meeting. Full Article

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