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1.0480 +0.0016    +0.15%
21:49:33 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: New Zealand Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.0464
  • Bid/Ask: 1.0477 / 1.0482
  • Day's Range: 1.0417 - 1.0492
AUD/NZD 1.0480 +0.0016 +0.15%

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Here you will find the AUD/NZD cross. Access the most up to date statistics, analyses and economic events regarding the AUD NZD cross
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Prev. Close1.0464
Day's Range1.0417 - 1.0492
52 wk Range1.0215 - 1.1352
1-Year Return - 4.12%

Technical Summary

Type 5 mins 15 mins Hourly Daily Monthly
Moving Averages Sell Neutral Buy Sell Strong Sell
Technical Indicators Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy Sell Strong Sell
Summary Strong Sell Sell Strong Buy Sell Strong Sell

Candlestick Patterns

Pattern Timeframe Reliability Candles Ago Candle Time
Completed Patterns
Bullish Engulfing 1W 11 Sep 18, 2016
Bullish doji Star 1D 11 Nov 21, 2016
Bullish Engulfing 1M 13 Nov 15
Three Inside Down 30 28 Dec 06, 2016 02:30AM
Bullish doji Star 1M 35 Jan 14

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Time: Dec 06, 2016 04:49PM (GMT -5:00, DST Off)

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Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
09:35   NZD GlobalDairyTrade Price Index 3.5%   4.5%
16:45   NZD Manufacturing Sales Volume (QoQ) (Q3)     2.8%
17:00   NZD RBNZ Gov Wheeler Speaks        
17:30   AUD AIG Construction Index (Nov)     45.9
19:30   AUD GDP (QoQ) (Q3)   0.3% 0.5%
19:30   AUD GDP (YoY) (Q3)   2.5% 3.3%
19:30   AUD GDP Capital Expenditure (Q3)      
19:30   AUD GDP Chain Price Index (Q3)     0.9%
19:30   AUD GDP Final Consumption (Q3)     0.8%
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
19:30   AUD Exports (MoM) (Oct)     2%
19:30   AUD Imports (MoM) (Oct)     -1%
19:30   AUD Trade Balance (Oct)   -0.800B -1.227B
19:30   NZD Budget Balance     -2.120B
19:30   NZD Net Debt Forecast     24.90%
19:30   NZD Economic Forecast     0.670B

Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
Current Rate 1.50%
Chairman Glenn Stevens
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ)
Current Rate 1.75%
Chairman Graeme Wheeler

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Eckner Ramos
BullTrader 17 hours ago
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Davide, fundamentally, how can Interest rates affect this pair? Rates remain the same, but technically it's going down.
Davide Fucci
Davide Fucci 10 hours ago
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A countries interest rate is ONE of the elements that determines the currencies exchange rate with other currencies. It is not THE determing factor (even though it is important). Other factors are the economic and political conditions of a country, certain trade deals countries established between eachother. In the pair AUD/NZD the ANZCERTA Trade Agreement is for example a very important factor. The correlation between higher interest rates and inflation. It is also important to understand the export and import markets of AU and NZ. NZ's currency value is most closely correlated to the global dairy price. For Australia ground materials are more important. The countries debt (intern/extern) is also an important factor. Australia has a lot more debt than NZ. When you trade a pair it is important to understand what you are actually trading... Meaning learn the markets of the countries, understand the culture, the language, visit national newspaper websites... Visit the countries :-)
Alejandro González
Alejandro González 23 hours ago
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Long or short?
Eckner Ramos
BullTrader Nov 30, 2016 3:31PM GMT
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I set a buy stop right above the red line, the goal is buying only when trend reverses..Its better than trying to guess the bottom.
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