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22 Nov 17, 7:59am
NZDUSD pushed up to around 0.6840 overnight, having dipped below 0.6800 yesterday, currently it sits at 0.6830; US dollar marginally lower, with the DXY Index down about 0.2%; AUD remained under downwards pressure yesterday; GBP has held onto recent gains
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21 Nov 17, 5:29pm
NZD trading at 0.6809 USD and remains susceptible to further USD strength; NZD continues to trade lower against the AUD; US data continues to be supportive; political uncertainty in Germany weighs in on sentiment
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21 Nov 17, 8:03am
Commodity currencies remain generally out of favour; NZD/USD did push up toward 0.6840 after the local close yesterday, but drifted back with USD strength overnight; EUR has been on its own mini roller coaster at the start of the week
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20 Nov 17, 7:52am
Commodity currencies, including the NZD, underperformed on Friday; NZD was down against all key crosses, making fresh lows against the EUR and GBP; JPY was the best performing major
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17 Nov 17, 7:56am
NZD sits at 0.6860 USD after testing support at 0.6820-0.6840; equities rebound after five consecutive daily falls; UST rates 2-3 bps higher across the curve; local swap rates lower at the long end
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16 Nov 17, 7:42am
NZD remains steady at around 0.6875 USD after rising to 0.6920 last evening on the back of USD weakness; UST 10yr yields fell to 2.32% before CPI data helped it get back to 2.34%; lower global rates placed downward pressure on the local swap curve
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15 Nov 17, 8:05am
EUR higher on German GDP results; USD indices retreat, reflecting EUR strength; NZD fell to 0.6850 USD but recovered some losses to currently trade at 0.6880; NZDAUD came under pressure following positive AU business conditions data
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14 Nov 17, 6:05pm
NZD is now at 0.6877 USD and should trade around current levels ahead of the US CPI and growth data; NZD trading at 0.9004 AUD and a pullback below the 0.9000 level is favoured
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14 Nov 17, 8:02am
GBP at the bottom of the leaderboard; USD slightly higher; NZDUSD faces downside risk; AUDUSD continues to probe lower; global yields lower; local yields tried to push higher, reflecting global moves from the previous session
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10 Nov 17, 8:00am
NZD lifted from its pre-MPS level of 0.6925 to 0.6970 during the RBNZ press conference and has held up well since then; RBNZ significantly revised upwards its CPI inflation track; USD is slightly weaker on tax bill negotiations
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9 Nov 17, 7:27am
NZD continues to hover in the low 0.69s; Republicans debate their tax bill; RBNZ’s MPS at 9am this morning could well stir the market; GBP is on the soft side; 10-year Treasuries have traded in a 2bps range; local swap rates flat to slightly down
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8 Nov 17, 7:55am
NZD found support after unchanged Policy Targets Agreement. UST curve flattens. Local yields snap back after DMO 'shock'. Higher local inflationary pressure developing
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7 Nov 17, 1:44pm
US data shows enough positives for a December rate hike; NZD higher on commodity prices, trading at 0.6945 USD, 0.6980 level expected to hold advances; NZD trading at 0.9025 against the AUD
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6 Nov 17, 7:57am
NZD closed the day slightly weaker, near 0.6910 USD, having twice met resistance around 0.6950; NZDAUD rose 0.7% for the day to 0.9030; US 10-year rate ended at 2.33%, down 1bp from the NZ close; NZ rate curve flattened on Friday
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3 Nov 17, 8:24am
The US tax bill was viewed by the market as underwhelming, UST 10yr nudged down to 2.34-2.35%; NZD trades at 0.6920 USD after seeing some resistance at 0.6930-0.6940; global forces have pushed local rates down, 10yr swap down 3bps to 3.15%
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2 Nov 17, 7:46am
NZD rose after strong employment data and sustained that increase; FOMC Statement was very similar to the September version, with the changes largely a result of tweaks to language around the Hurricanes; NZDAUD met some resistance around 0.9020
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1 Nov 17, 7:33am
NZD is down 0.5% from this time yesterday to 0.6835 USD; soft China PMI data added to the woes of the NZD and dragged down the AUD as well; euro-area economic data showed a strong economy but weak inflation
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31 Oct 17, 5:38pm
NZD expected to consolidate around current levels of 0.6850 and some retracement of losses expected; against the AUD the NZD has recovered to 0.8915 and the 0.8850 support level is expected to hold
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31 Oct 17, 8:04am
NZD started the week on a soft note as hedge funds sold the currency; USD is slightly weaker, with the TWI majors index down 0.2%; GBP is one of the best performers, up 0.6% to 1.3210 USD
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30 Oct 17, 7:57am
NZD was the best performing of the majors, although gains were modest; higher oil prices supported other commodity currencies; EUR the weakest of all majors
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