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NZD/USD turns lower as the RBNZ hold rates once more
NZD/USD's break above 60c ahead of the RBNZ's announced that they held rates at 5.5% again was shortly lived, and momentum has turned decisively lower. Ans there could be further downside to come.
The RBNZ hold rates, AUD/USD breaks out ahead of US CPI
The RBNZ held their cash rate steady for the first time following 12 consecutive hikes, whilst AUD/USD broke above its 200-day MA ahead of a key US inflation report.
NZD/USD analysis: The RBNZ’s latest 25bp hike could be their last
NZD pairs were lower after the RBNZ hiked for a 12th consecutive meeting and signalled they may have reached a peak rate of 5.5%. At least for now.
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AUD/USD, NZD/USD analysis: RBNZ to deliver a hawkish hike?
The RBNZ (Reserve Bank of New Zealand) are expected to hike by another 25bp tomorrow, despite 1 and 2-year inflation expectations plummeting at their fastest pace since the pandemic.
NZD/USD, AUD/NZD outlook: NZD pairs track headline inflation lower
New Zealander’s can breathe a sigh of relief that their rate of inflation is finally slowing, with both annual and quarterly CPI coming in much less than expected.
The RBNZ surprise with a 50bp interest rate hike
Not for the first time, the RBNZ surpassed market expectations with a 50bp hike, raising their cash rate for an 11th consecutive meeting to 5.25%.
RBNZ deliver a 50bp hike, AU wages softer than forecast
Today’s 50bp hike suggests there are more hikes to come, but we note that they removed the 100bp increment from their debate and slowed their pace of tightening.
RBNZ could hike by 50bp on Wednesday (but don’t discount a 75bp hike)
Whilst economists and market pricing favour a 50bp RBNZ hike on Wednesday, the potential for a 75bp hike is real.
The Consensus Calls for the RBNZ to hike by 75bp tomorrow
If the RBNZ hike by 75bp tomorrow in line with the consensus, it will be their first hike of this magnitude on record.
Asian Open: NZ unemployment falls to a new record low
New Zealand's jobs report saw unemployment fall for a fifth consecutive quarter to a fresh record low of 3.2%.
Kiwi, King of Currencies: NZD/JPY, NZD/USD, GBP/NZD
There are plenty of opportunities to get long for traders who are bullish the Kiwi
Kiwi Trade Balance below expectations
This morning, New Zealand recorded a trade surplus of 282 million New Zealand dollars (below 293 million NZD surplus expected).
NZD/USD Dilemma: Lockdown Lift and Dampened Commodity Sentiment
NZD/USD does not seems to be benefiting from New Zealand's planned lockdown lift and upbeat CPI data...
Is There a Better Currency to Trade vs GBP than USD?
If you like the Pound, you may wish to trade it vs the NZD
NZD/USD Tumbles below the .60 Level
Although NZD/USD is moving lower, it may be ready for a short-term bounce.
NZD/USD Bulls are Salivating
Sometimes, when things look to be at the worst, they may turn out to be the best.
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RBNZ Needs to Buy Time
The RBNZ needs to consider if they have the economic capacity to keep rates unchanged and buy time.
Nice Double Bottom on AUD/NZD!
Price broke through the most recent highs, forming a double bottom price formation.
New Zealand Employment Data – Does it Matter?
We are over a month into the new year, and the employment data released later will be for Q4 2019.
The New Zealand Dollar: Low Hanging Fruit in 2020?
Heading into the new year there are many positives which may not be fully priced in to the NZD...
Aussie and Kiwi Post Shooting Stars Ahead of Key Chinese Data
Shooting Star candlestick formations are indicative of a reversal
NZ Business Sentiment Bounces From 11-Year Lows
Add business sentiment to the growing list of economic data that continues to outperform expectations in NZ.