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NZD/CAD Just Might Conquer 0.8915

The New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian dollar currency pair is in a very aggressive ascending phase, and orchestrated by other factors it might be able to pierce the 0.8900 psychological level and turn it into a support.

NZD/CAD Confirms the 0.8692 Support

The New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian Dollar currency pair looks as if it confirmed the weekly support of 0.8692.

First Target on NZD/CAD: The 0.8900 Psychological Level

The New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian dollar currency pair did not manage to validate the piercing of the 0.8692 support level, sending the price above it and opening the path to 0.8915.

NZD/CAD to Test the Important 0.8692 Weekly Level

The pair could have a place to recover from, but the current context might just favor the continuation of the descent.

Bulls Back in the Loop on NZD/CAD

The New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian dollar appreciated after confirming the important weekly 0.8692 support.

Bulls Vanquished on NZD/CAD

In front of a big chance, the bulls were not able to manage the situation on the New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian dollar and missed out the opportunity to direct the price towards the previous high, at 0.9281.

Consolidations on NZD/CAD

The New Zealand dollar versus the Canadian dollar is sitting in a very interesting spot.

NZD/USD Makes a Minor Recovery as the US Dollar Maintains Its Upward Momentum

The NZD/USD pair made a minor recovery during today’s trading session even as the US dollar continues to gain ground against other major currencies. The US dollar is demonstrating significant upward momentum as the market’s appetite for the dollar shows no signs of abating.

New Zealand Dollar Backs Off After RBNZ Cuts Rates

The New Zealand dollar slumped today, reversing yesterday’s gains. New Zealand’s central bank performed an interest rate cut overnight and signaled that additional cuts are likely.

New Zealand Dollar Stronger Ahead of RBNZ Meeting

The New Zealand dollar rallied against other most-traded currencies during Wednesday’s trading. This turn of events was rather puzzling as the monetary policy outlook is anything but positive for the currency.

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