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7 Sep 17, 7:55am
NZD has trended lower since lunchtime yesterday for no apparent reason, currently just under the 0.7200 USD mark; AUD slightly lower on weaker than expected GDP; CAD up on surprise rate hike; JPY lower as funds move out of safe haven assets
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6 Sep 17, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; mortgage and deposit rate changes; ANZ Job Ads; local authority finances; Ponzi scheme; patient portal usage; Australian GDP; local rates lower; NZD up
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6 Sep 17, 8:37am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, September 6, 2017
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6 Sep 17, 8:19am
UST yields make fresh lows for the year as a number of factors see investors rush towards US Treasuries; UK and German rates are also lower; USD lower; NZD up to 0.7245 USD, up 1.2% for the day
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6 Sep 17, 8:06am
Facebook and Microsoft hit back at Trump's latest anti-immigrant move; Whole milk powder prices fall; North Korean jitters hit Wall Street; RBA upbeat on wage growth; UST 10yr yield sinks to 2.08%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 72.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.4
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5 Sep 17, 4:08pm
Poor US data was quickly forgotten after a hydrogen bomb test by North Korea over the weekend; NZDUSD has performed well so far this week but downward pressure remains; NZDAUD is lower this week
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5 Sep 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Tuesday; deposit rate changes; building work completed; B&T sales results; new vehicle sales; commodity prices; Caixin services PMI; local rates and the NZD stable
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5 Sep 17, 8:16am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, September 5, 2017
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5 Sep 17, 7:59am
CHF and JPY outperformed and global rates were lower as North Korean tensions escalated; NZD traded in a tight range overnight to currently trade at 0.7170; local rates were lower on a quiet trading day
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5 Sep 17, 7:57am
US takes bid for more sanctions against North Korea to Security Council; China cracks down on cryptocurrencies; Lending to HNA and Dalian Wanda Group under the spotlight; UST 10yr yield at 2.17%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 71.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 73.9
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4 Sep 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Monday; mortgage and deposit rate changes; monthly economic indicators; 50 years of ASEAN; geological hazards; Korean tensions mount; CBA board changes; local rates lower; NZD stable
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4 Sep 17, 8:30am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, September 4, 2017
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4 Sep 17, 8:04am
AUD and CAD outperformed and global rates were higher as risk appetite improved; NZD, however, underperformed, closing the week at 0.7160 USD; UST 10yr yield was up 5 bps for the day to 2.165%
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4 Sep 17, 8:03am
US hits back at North Korea saying it has 'many options' to annihilate the country; China cosies up to Russia; Non-farm payrolls underwhelm; AUD climbs; UST 10yr yield at 2.17%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 71.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 73.7
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1 Sep 17, 4:01pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; mortgage and term deposit changes; QV House Price Index; terms of trade; energy hardship; gender pay gap; Caixin Manufacturing PMI; wholesale rates lower; NZD stable
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1 Sep 17, 8:22am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, September 1, 2017
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1 Sep 17, 8:06am
Aid for Hurricane Harvey to affect US debt ceiling; Americans earn and spend more; European unemployment rate at 8-year low; UST 10yr yield at 2.13%; oil and gold higher; NZ$1 = 71.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.0
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1 Sep 17, 7:59am
NZD underperformed despite risk sentiment improving and outperformance of other commodity currencies; USD TWI was 0.3% lower on weak US data releases and strong Canadian GDP; AUD remains in favour on rising hard commodity prices
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31 Aug 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; ANZ cuts TD rates, business confidence solid, mortgage growth slows sharply, business debt growth low, swaps rise, NZD falls
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31 Aug 17, 8:26am
USD DXY index was up 0.7% as broad based gains were made on better than expected GDP and employment data; NZDUSD closed at the bottom of its recent 0.7190 to 0.7300 range; NZDAUD tested the 0.9070 support level to currently trade at 0.9110
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