NZD/USD

0.64917
0.03%
Daily
  • L. 0.64829
  • H. 0.6512
  • Ch. 0.00019
  • Ch.% 0.03%
Overview
Costs & Margins
  • NZD/USD is a forex pair that pits the New Zealand dollar against the US dollar. USD is the quote currency and NZD is the base, so it tells you how many US dollars it takes to buy a single New Zealand dollar.

    NZD/USD is classed as a major pair, although it tends to see lower volume than other major currencies. The Bank for International Settlements’ 2022 survey put NZD as the 14th most-traded currency globally.

    The New Zealand dollar is classed as a commodity currency, so the pair can see volatility when commodity prices are on the move.

  • Margin From
    3.0 %
  • Trading Hours
    24 hours / day *
  • Min Trade Size
    1000
  • Long
    0.0
  • Short
    0.0
  • Min Stop Distance
    0.00021 points
  • Spreads
  • Spreads From
    0.00023 Points
  • Margins
  • 0 - 14000 000
    3.0 %
  • 14000 000 - 27000 000
    3.0 %
  • 27000 000 - 41000 000
    3.0 %
  • 41000 000 - 100000 000
    3.0 %
  • 100000 000 +
    20.0 %
  • Dealing
  • Spreads
    0.00023 Points
  • Margins
  • 0 - 14000 000
    3.0 %
  • 14000 000 - 27000 000
    3.0 %
  • 27000 000 - 41000 000
    3.0 %
  • 41000 000 - 100000 000
    3.0 %
  • 100000 000 +
    20.0 %

Pivot points
Dailys
Weekly
Monthly
Pivot point
0.64983
Bid
0.65075
Offer
0.65108
Distance
0
Last Updated: 1/24/2023 10:00:00 PM

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