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The NZD/USD saw a flurry of buying activity earlier today as short-term resistance levels were brushed aside.
The NZD/USD continues to prove resistance is vulnerable as its strong bullish run generates more power.
Starting off the month of November, the NZD/USD was challenging low water marks near 0.66000 as heightened risk-averse trading controlled sentiment.
Unlike most of its developed counterparts, New Zealand has control over the COVID-19 pandemic, similar to Singapore.
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The New Zealand dollar had been a highflyer until the last couple of weeks, which suggests that perhaps it has run out of momentum.
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New Zealand was once home to one of the highest yielding currencies and a favorite for investors seeking stable income.
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern suggested a four-day workweek as part of a post-Covid-19 economic recovery plan.
Last week, the New Zealand dollar gained 1.09 percent against the US dollar, recovering from the previous week's losses.
New Zealand’s economy is intertwined with the one of Australia, and both are heavily dependent on China.
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New Zealand’s Prime Minister Ardern announced that the nationwide lockdown contained the Covid-19 outbreak,
According to the New Zealand Treasury, the forecast second-quarter GDP contraction is likely to be the most severe one on record.
Covid-19 cases in the US have surpassed those in China. President Trump has vowed to force the economy open by April 12th,
Liquidity started to become an issue across the global financial system, and the US Dollar rallied despite the US Federal Reserve’s panic-cut of 50 basis points.
As Covid-19 continues to spread globally, panic selling has impacted commodity currencies like the New Zealand Dollar.
While the Reserve Bank of New Zealand surprised financial markets with an upbeat outlook on the economy, keeping its interest rate unchanged
Inflation expectations increased slightly but remained below the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s annualized target.