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29 Nov 17, 8:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, November 29, 2017
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29 Nov 17, 8:15am
NZD holds the top performing spot for the second day in a row, trading at 0.6925 USD; USD TWI majors index is up 0.3%; UST 2-year rate is flat, while the 10yr rate is down 1bp to 2.32%; local yields were 1 bp lower across the curve
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29 Nov 17, 7:32am
OECD sees growth; NZ to grow faster than most; AU close to rate hike; US Fed signals hike; US confidence up; Canada sees mortgages tightening; HNA pulls back; UST 10yr yield at 2.32%; oil down, gold stable; NZ$1 = 69.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 72
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28 Nov 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Tuesday; Co-op Bank changes rates, affordability improves, cost of risk falls, WMP prices firm, Limmer wins SFF job, swaps slip, NZD up
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28 Nov 17, 8:27am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, November 28, 2017
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28 Nov 17, 8:05am
NZD up 0.5%, trading at 0.6910 USD after reaching a high of 0.6926 this morning; the gain is broadly based, except against the JPY, which was the other outperformer
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28 Nov 17, 7:58am
US new home sales jump unexpectedly; US retail sales strong; China moves to control WMP industry; EU meat industry facing upheaval; La Niña signaled; UST 10yr yield at 2.34%; oil down, gold stable; NZ$1 = 69.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.8
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27 Nov 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Monday; SBS Bank ups TD rate, NZCU South cuts, no signs of credit stress, new mortgage lending low, swaps firm, NZD soft, bitcoin surges (again)
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27 Nov 17, 11:34am
Roger J Kerr says the short term direction of the Kiwi dollar depends on how the participants in the economy react to the new Government and how policy changes affect the economy
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27 Nov 17, 8:18am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, November 27, 2017
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27 Nov 17, 8:01am
EUR was the best performer, rising 0.7% to 1.1935 USD; stronger euro spilled over into other European currencies, including GBP; NZD remained tightly range-bound and the ended the week around 0.6880 USD; US Treasury rates rose by 2bps across the curve
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27 Nov 17, 7:21am
US loan growth slows; China M&A pullback; HNA troubles extend; China cuts import duties; Germany 'booms'; AU bank satisfaction high; UST 10yr yield at 2.34%; oil up, gold stable; NZ$1 = 68.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.4; bitcoin surges again
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24 Nov 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; Kiwibank cuts two rates, goods trade deficit shrinks, butter slides, government finance stats released, swaps and NZD firm
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24 Nov 17, 8:16am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, November 24, 2017
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24 Nov 17, 8:07am
USD has sustained the fall seen post the slightly dovish FOMC minutes yesterday; weaker USD saw the NZD push higher, peaking at 0.6905; EUR also pushed up to the 1.1850 USD mark; local yield curve saw some slight downward pressure on rates
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24 Nov 17, 7:37am
China stocks drop; China eyes large aircraft orders; EU confidence jumps; AU seeks new way without the US; Adelaide battery ready; UST 10yr yield at 2.32%; China 10yr yield hits 4%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 68.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.6
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23 Nov 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; no rate changes, retailers quiet, NZGB yields fall, Govt gets poll bounce, WMP futures rise, swaps slip, NZD holds
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23 Nov 17, 8:56am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, November 23, 2017
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23 Nov 17, 7:44am
USD has struggled and is the biggest loser; US equities are flat around record highs while UST yields are down slightly; NZD up to 0.6860 USD and has managed to hold its ground on all the key major crosses; NZ bond market continues to be well supported
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23 Nov 17, 7:32am
US durable goods orders slip; confidence high; Yellen frank; China pulls back EV subsidies; Canada raises minimum wage; Australia frets about US and China; UST 10yr yield at 2.34%; oil up, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 68.6 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.5
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