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First-quarter export volume out of New Zealand increased, defying calls for a marginal contraction.
New Zealand’s 2020 budget will fulfill a critical role as it is likely to shape the future of the country for decades to come.
Despite criticism of the New Zealand government’s reliance on infrastructure projects to grow out of the Covid-19 global pandemic,
New Zealand prepares for a nationwide lockdown to combat Covid-19.
After a violent sell-off yesterday due to the most significant collapse in oil prices, this currency pair recovered off of a support zone dating back to March 2009.
Despite the surge in Covid-19 cases outside of China, specifically South Korea, Iran, and Italy, safe-haven assets are in the midst of a corrective phase.
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With the coronavirus claiming more deaths, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Orr hinted that another interest rate cut is on the table to cushion the economic fallout.
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Despite a global economic downgrade for 2020 by the IMF, the Swiss Franc failed to advance on the back of safe-haven demand.
During the immediate aftermath of the rise in Middle East tensions, safe-have assets like the Swiss Franc were in demand.
Bullish momentum is fading after the NZD/CHF advanced into its resistance zone.
Economic data released out of New Zealand showed a contraction in truck traffic, suggesting fewer goods were moved domestically.
Comments out of the Swiss National Bank that an interest rate cut remains on the table has pressured the Swiss Franc to the downside, despite its safe-haven appeal
This week’s expected interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is pressuring the New Zealand Dollar to the downside.
New all-time highs in US equity market after the US Fed cut interest rates as expected, but signalled that a pause is next, extended the risk-on mood across financial markets.
The NZD/CHF pair initially tried to rally during the day on Thursday but turned right back around as the New Zealand dollar sold off in general.
During the day on Tuesday, the NZD/CHF market ended up turning back around to form a shooting star.