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NZD/USD - New Zealand Dollar US Dollar

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0.8135 +0.0038    (+0.47%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: New Zealand Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.8097
  • Bid/Ask: 0.8134 / 0.8136
  • Day's Range: 0.8079 - 0.8154
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NZD/USD Overview

Prev. Close0.8097
Day's Range0.8079 - 0.8154
52 wk Range0.8048 - 0.8835
1-Year Return-1.6%

NZD/USD News & Analysis

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Time: Sep 18, 2014 01:44PM (GMT -5:00, DST On)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Thursday, September 18
08:30   USD Building Permits (MoM) -5.6% -0.4% 8.6%  
08:30   USD Building Permits 0.998M 1.045M 1.057M
08:30   USD Continuing Jobless Claims 2,429K 2,470K 2,492K
08:30   USD Housing Starts 0.956M 1.040M 1.117M
08:30   USD Housing Starts (MoM) -14.4% -4.4% 15.7%  
08:30   USD Initial Jobless Claims 280K 305K 316K
08:30   USD Jobless Claims 4-Week Avg. 299.50K   304.00K  
08:45   USD Fed Chair Yellen Speaks          
09:45   USD Bloomberg Consumer Confidence 37.2   36.5  
10:00   USD Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index 22.5 23.0 28.0  
10:00   USD Philly Fed Business Conditions 56.0   66.4  
10:00   USD Philly Fed Employment 21.2   9.1  
10:00   USD Payrolls Benchmark, n.s.a. 7.00K   347.00K  
10:00   USD Philly Fed CAPEX Index 23.70   17.50  
10:00   USD Philly Fed New Orders 15.50   14.70  
10:00   USD Philly Fed Prices Paid 27.00   24.90  
10:30   USD Natural Gas Storage 90B 90B 92B  
13:00   USD 10-Year TIPS Auction     0.249%  
18:00   USD Semi Book/Bill Ratio        
18:45   NZD External Migration & Visitors     7.00%  
18:45   NZD Permanent/Long-Term Migration     4,540  
18:45   NZD Visitor Arrivals (MoM)     -0.5%  
23:00   NZD Credit Card Spending (YoY)     4.5%  
Friday, September 19
10:00   USD CB Leading Index (MoM)   0.4% 0.9%  
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Annualized (WoW)     1.7%  
10:30   USD ECRI Weekly Index     134.20  

Central Banks

Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ)
Current Rate 3.50%
Chairman Graeme Wheeler
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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Latest NZD/USD Comments

John Lowe
John Lowe Sep 12, 2014 02:42PM GMT
Does it not seem that everyone is talking about the Kiwi's descent as if it is going to fall apart completely at any moment? The cross seems to be struggling to actually go lower in a hurry.

Michael Liu
Michael Liu Aug 25, 2014 09:27PM GMT
midterm long term is it gonna drop like the eur usd?
Jake Summers
Jake Summers Aug 26, 2014 01:52AM GMT
The euro is a completely different animal to the nzd. The euro should continue to fall in the long term. The nzd situation is more akin to the drop in the gbp. Horrible past 2 months, but both will recover in the mid/long term. I believe they will be digging out a bottom vs. the usd over the next month. Nzd may fall right back to the 81 line, any more than that and it will be at basement bargain levels where firms will buy buy buy. My firm is not advocating for a buy yet, they are simply waiting for the inevitable bounce at a key support level, which has not happened since the fall from 88.3.

Mike Eggers
Mike Eggers Aug 22, 2014 10:12AM GMT
Last 2 Global Dairy Auctions equate to $4.00 per Kg Milk Solids, down from last years payout $8.50, Fontera last forecast at $6.20 per Kg .... Dairy contributes >25% of NZ's exports..Timber exports at a standstill as China stops buying...>80cent Kiwi just doesnt work. The Kiwi is about to rush southwards
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