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7 Mar 19, 2:12pm
Miao Yanliang welcomes the Chinese central bank's more open communication and increasingly flexible exchange-rate regime
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7 Mar 19, 8:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, March 7, 2019
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7 Mar 19, 8:07am
US equities and rates are lower this morning; NZD has performed okay against the backdrop of weaker AUD and CAD currencies; Australian rates were lower across the curve on weak GDP
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7 Mar 19, 7:42am
The OECD cuts growth forecasts; US jobs growth slows, trade deficit swells; Canada holds rates; China debt risk rises; Singapore ship traffic jams; UST 10yr 2.69%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 72.5
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6 Mar 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, QV data eases, used import car sales weak, dairy prices jump, short-termism extreme, swaps stable, NZD falls, & more
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6 Mar 19, 8:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, March 6, 2019
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6 Mar 19, 8:02am
US equities tracking sideways, and US rates up slightly; USD shows broadly based gains, supported by stronger data, which has seen the NZD track consistently under the 0.68 mark; RBA kept its policy messaging unchanged
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6 Mar 19, 7:38am
Dairy prices up strongly again; US service sector strong; Vancouver housing in doldrums; China trims growth target, taxes; RBA sanguine; UST 10yr 2.74%; oil stable and gold drops; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
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5 Mar 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; a new low mortgage rate, Fonterra chided, leverage not improving, car sales high, commodity prices up, swaps rates slip, NZD firm, & more
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5 Mar 19, 2:31pm
Risk sentiment improved over the weekend when positive comments came out of meetings between US negotiators and Chinese officials; NZD started the week well peaking at 0.6827 USD; NZDAUD pair opened the week around 0.9610
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5 Mar 19, 10:09am
Ratings agency Fitch says Fonterra has structural issues it needs to address; expects Fonterra to prioritise the strength of its balance sheet over payments to farmer shareholders; Hurrell gets Fonterra CEO job permanently
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5 Mar 19, 8:34am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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5 Mar 19, 8:21am
US equity markets have fallen back sharply overnight while global rates have declined; USD is modestly higher, although the NZD and AUD have outperformed; NZ rates increased, and the curve steepened yesterday
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5 Mar 19, 7:40am
US construction spending weak; Wall Street down; trade talk resolution closer; China suppresses World Bank report; tariff impacts; Fonterra outlook downgraded; UST 10yr 2.73; oil stable and gold drops; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.7
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4 Mar 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; more TD rate cuts; Barfoot sales slump; TPP now a big deal; Dashboard updated, swaps rise; NZD stable, & more
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4 Mar 19, 8:51am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, March 4, 2019
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4 Mar 19, 8:36am
Stocks up even as key data fades, especially in the US; Canada and Japan too; China stabilises; BIS wants risk weighting audits; AU banks 'strong'; UST 10yr 2.76; oil and gold drop; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.5
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4 Mar 19, 8:33am
Roger J Kerr says being over-reliant on a particular exchange forecast when managing FX risks has its own dangers when those forecasts suddenly change or are extreme and thus seem a long way from reality
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4 Mar 19, 8:05am
US equities, US rates and the USD were all higher on Friday; stronger USD backdrop saw the NZD slip a little to close the week around 0.68; AUD showed followed a similar trading pattern to the NZD
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2 Mar 19, 10:12am
During China’s shift toward a market-driven economy, in its trade talks with the US it can commit not to keep the value of the renminbi artificially low, but it must reject demands to keep the exchange rate stable against the US dollar
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