Inflation

7th Aug 18, 1:58pm
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Currency markets were all broadly weaker through the later stages of the week once risk markets were put on notice; NZD is trading just off its lows at 0.6730 midday Tuesday after starting the week at 0.6745; AUD strength has dominated the NZD
Currency markets were all broadly weaker through the later stages of the week once risk markets were put on notice; NZD is trading just off its lows at 0.6730 midday Tuesday after starting the week at 0.6745; AUD strength has dominated the NZD
7th Aug 18, 1:58pm
31st Jul 18, 1:53pm
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NZD pushed off 0.6760 USD last week and has made subtle gains to 0.6830; risk sentiment will play a huge role as the week progresses; NZD has made a push higher against the AUD
NZD pushed off 0.6760 USD last week and has made subtle gains to 0.6830; risk sentiment will play a huge role as the week progresses; NZD has made a push higher against the AUD
31st Jul 18, 1:53pm
26th Jul 18, 3:30pm
National Party finance spokeswoman Amy Adams says her party is opposed to the idea of the RBNZ having a dual mandate and won't support RBNZ Act changes
National Party finance spokeswoman Amy Adams says her party is opposed to the idea of the RBNZ having a dual mandate and won't support RBNZ Act changes
26th Jul 18, 3:30pm
24th Jul 18, 3:30pm
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Markets have turned yesterday to become risk averse again based on President Trump’s tweet; NZD gapped lower on the weekly open to 0.6790 after President Trump spooked markets; NZDAUD cross extends its 4th week of range bound activity
Markets have turned yesterday to become risk averse again based on President Trump’s tweet; NZD gapped lower on the weekly open to 0.6790 after President Trump spooked markets; NZDAUD cross extends its 4th week of range bound activity
24th Jul 18, 3:30pm
17th Jul 18, 3:43pm
CPI data shows kiwis' grumbles over hefty insurance premium hikes are justified
CPI data shows kiwis' grumbles over hefty insurance premium hikes are justified
17th Jul 18, 3:43pm
17th Jul 18, 1:17pm
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Currently at 0.6775, the NZD has appeared little affected by the weaker than expected Q2 CPI figure; NZDAUD remains stuck in a 40 odd point range between 0.9142-0.9101; RBA minutes release this afternoon
Currently at 0.6775, the NZD has appeared little affected by the weaker than expected Q2 CPI figure; NZDAUD remains stuck in a 40 odd point range between 0.9142-0.9101; RBA minutes release this afternoon
17th Jul 18, 1:17pm
10th Jul 18, 1:52pm
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Markets saw last week out on a positive note; NZD has enjoyed rally against the USD over the last few days as USD bulls take a breather and risk appetite has increased; NZD is now back around 0.9160 AUD
Markets saw last week out on a positive note; NZD has enjoyed rally against the USD over the last few days as USD bulls take a breather and risk appetite has increased; NZD is now back around 0.9160 AUD
10th Jul 18, 1:52pm
4th Jul 18, 2:43pm
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Trade-war concerns, political risk in Europe and divergence in monetary policy across the globe remain, some of the ongoing key themes to worry investors; NZD extends its five week decline bumping against 0.6690 with the USD
Trade-war concerns, political risk in Europe and divergence in monetary policy across the globe remain, some of the ongoing key themes to worry investors; NZD extends its five week decline bumping against 0.6690 with the USD
4th Jul 18, 2:43pm
26th Jun 18, 2:10pm
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Risk sentiment in the markets is subdued still with the NZD easing lower from the weekly open against the USD; NZDAUD cross has traded in a tight range since last Wednesday; RBNZ cash rate announcement is Thursday and should remain unchanged at 1.75%
Risk sentiment in the markets is subdued still with the NZD easing lower from the weekly open against the USD; NZDAUD cross has traded in a tight range since last Wednesday; RBNZ cash rate announcement is Thursday and should remain unchanged at 1.75%
26th Jun 18, 2:10pm
19th Jun 18, 2:33pm
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Markets closed the week out weaker with currencies all down against the USD; NZD remains on the back foot against the USD, from the decline from 0.7050 with further downside expected; NZD making gradual gains against the AUD
Markets closed the week out weaker with currencies all down against the USD; NZD remains on the back foot against the USD, from the decline from 0.7050 with further downside expected; NZD making gradual gains against the AUD
19th Jun 18, 2:33pm
12th Jun 18, 1:39pm
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Trade war talks will dominate headlines over the week; FOMC will no doubt hike rates this week on the 14th; NZD continues to trade within the tight range band of 0.7050 and 0.7000 key support this month
Trade war talks will dominate headlines over the week; FOMC will no doubt hike rates this week on the 14th; NZD continues to trade within the tight range band of 0.7050 and 0.7000 key support this month
12th Jun 18, 1:39pm
29th May 18, 3:45pm
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Geopolitical issues affected currency markets with North Korea concerns rearing its ugly head once again; EUR gaped higher on the weekly open up 30 points to 1.1680 with the populist parties failing to form a government; NZD continued to push higher
Geopolitical issues affected currency markets with North Korea concerns rearing its ugly head once again; EUR gaped higher on the weekly open up 30 points to 1.1680 with the populist parties failing to form a government; NZD continued to push higher
29th May 18, 3:45pm
22nd May 18, 2:27pm
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USD has continued its run pushing higher against all its rivals; US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US trade war with China is "on hold"; NZD dipped 50 points on the weekly open versus the USD
USD has continued its run pushing higher against all its rivals; US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US trade war with China is "on hold"; NZD dipped 50 points on the weekly open versus the USD
22nd May 18, 2:27pm
15th May 18, 2:52pm
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US Dollar Index spiked to 92.55 showing the wide ranging support for the greenback; NZD bounced off the low of 0.6900 midweek after the RBNZ left the benchmark rate unchanged at 1.75%; AUD continued its bullish run against the weakened NZD
US Dollar Index spiked to 92.55 showing the wide ranging support for the greenback; NZD bounced off the low of 0.6900 midweek after the RBNZ left the benchmark rate unchanged at 1.75%; AUD continued its bullish run against the weakened NZD
15th May 18, 2:52pm
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10th May 18, 1:07pm
The Reserve Bank Governor has already won over the bank economists with his new style of upfront and simple communication
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The Reserve Bank Governor has already won over the bank economists with his new style of upfront and simple communication
10th May 18, 1:07pm
8th May 18, 2:51pm
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NZD remains stuck in a range against the USD between the recent high of 0.7050 and the low of 0.6985; RBNZ will announce their cash rate Thursday with no change from 1.75% expected; BOE will also announce their cash rate Thursday night NZ time
NZD remains stuck in a range against the USD between the recent high of 0.7050 and the low of 0.6985; RBNZ will announce their cash rate Thursday with no change from 1.75% expected; BOE will also announce their cash rate Thursday night NZ time
8th May 18, 2:51pm
8th May 18, 7:25am
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Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
Mercer's David Scobie says inflation may be lying low at the moment - but it is lurking
8th May 18, 7:25am
7th May 18, 7:19am
Although no one expects a change to the OCR, Thursday’s MPS will be the first for Governor Adrian Orr meaning even more tea-leaf reading than usual will go on during & after his press conference
Although no one expects a change to the OCR, Thursday’s MPS will be the first for Governor Adrian Orr meaning even more tea-leaf reading than usual will go on during & after his press conference
7th May 18, 7:19am
1st May 18, 3:54pm
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USD has extended its run against the NZD, which fell over 150 points as risk markets took a backseat to USD strength; NZD extended losses last week against the AUD; 10 year UST yield has diminished after rising to 3.035% late last week
USD has extended its run against the NZD, which fell over 150 points as risk markets took a backseat to USD strength; NZD extended losses last week against the AUD; 10 year UST yield has diminished after rising to 3.035% late last week
1st May 18, 3:54pm
24th Apr 18, 11:05am
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NZD was under pressure from resurgent USD, to currently trade at 0.7153; NZD lost ground to its Australian cousin over the past week, pulling back from what were surprisingly elevated levels
NZD was under pressure from resurgent USD, to currently trade at 0.7153; NZD lost ground to its Australian cousin over the past week, pulling back from what were surprisingly elevated levels
24th Apr 18, 11:05am

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