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NZ Dollar Rallies After RBNZ Talks About Interest Rate Cut

The New Zealand dollar dropped initially after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand made a monetary policy announcement today, hinting at possibility of an interest rate cut in the future. But the currency rebounded almost immediately and is trading now far above the opening level.

NZ Dollar Ends Session & Week Mixed, Waits for RBNZ

The New Zealand dollar was heading to end the Friday’s trading session mixed. The same goes for the whole week as the currency gained on some rivals but fell versus others. The next week should be very important for the kiwi and can help establish a more clear trend.

NZ Dollar Falls on Market Sentiment, Domestic Data

The New Zealand dollar fell today as negative domestic macroeconomic data and the risk-off market sentiment drove the currency down.

NZ Dollar Licks Wounds After RBNZ Cuts Interest Rates

The New Zealand dollar sank today after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand cut interest rates. By now, the currency managed to erase a big chunk of losses, though it is still trading below the opening level.

NZ Dollar Follows Australian Dollar in Decline

The New Zealand dollar dropped today, following the Australian dollar in decline.

NZ Dollar Stable Despite Deteriorating Consumer Sentiment

The New Zealand business confidence deteriorated this month, and the outlook was rather pessimistic. Yet surprisingly, the New Zealand dollar held its ground versus most-traded rivals, even gaining on European currencies like the euro and the Swiss franc.

Pound Rallies Amid Rising Support for May’s Brexit Deal

The British pound today rallied higher against the US dollar in the European session amid growing support of Theresa May‘s Brexit deal among UK lawmakers. The GBP/USD currency pair today headed lower in the American session amid growing geopolitical fears, which caused the US dollar to rally as investors sought safety.

Aussie Follows Kiwi in Decline

The Australian dollar followed its New Zealand counterpart in decline today. Market analysts speculated that the reason for that was the monetary policy statement of New Zealand’s central bank.

Aussie Ends Week Among Weakest Currencies Despite Risk Appetite

The Australian dollar ended the week as one of the weakest currencies on the Forex market despite mild risk appetite, caused by hopes for a positive outcome in the Sino-US trade negotiations that were extended through the weekend.

NZ Dollar Rebounds After Falling on Interest Rate Cut Speculations

The New Zealand dollar fell intraday after the nation’s central bank proposed to raise capital requirements for New Zealand’s top banks, leading to speculations that an interest rate cut may follow. The currency has rebounded by now, though, even gaining against some of its rivals.

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