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Trade data for New Zealand out this week
By Ben Robinson
What next for the New Zealand Dollar?
By Jonathan Watson
As a commodity based currency, with China their major trade partner, the New Zealand Dollar could be negatively affected by the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
By Axel Dejean
Earlier this week, worse than expected retail sales data from New Zealand was released, falling from 1.7% to 0.1% which is the slowest growth seen in over 5 years.
By James Lovick
We could see further New Zealand Dollar weakness in the coming months, as the RBNZ suggest that another interest rate hike is unlikely to occur until the third quarter of 2019.
By Ben Fletcher
This New Zealand Dollar forecast looks at the events that could affect NZD exchange rates this week.
Limited support for the NZD despite positive migration and consumer confidence figures.
By Ben Small
The New Zealand Dollar has started this week as one of the best performing currencies. Will NZD strength continue?
No change to interest rates are expected in the meeting tomorrow, though the comments that follow are likely to affect NZD rates.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has said that they will be keeping interest rates at the low of 1.75 for the foreseeable, which is unlikely to entice investors into sending funds to NZD.
The New Zealand economy has performed well in the past few months despite concerns of new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s newly implemented polices.
By Matthew Vassallo
NZD Business growth looks uncertain as the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research that for the 2nd quarter, business confidence has fallen.
By Lewis Edmonds
NZD gained by almost 3.4% against the Pound last week, which could be partly attributed to the increase in recent milk productions, a key export for New Zealand.
By Steve Eakins
NZD has fallen to a 2 week low after the introduction of an employment mandate in New Zealand has been discussed.
New Zealand's economy is under pressure, with Prime Minster Ardern's policies considered by many as a threat to their long-term economic well-being.