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NZD/USD - New Zealand Dollar US Dollar

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0.6977 +0.0015    +0.22%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: New Zealand Dollar
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 0.6962
  • Bid/Ask: 0.6977 / 0.6978
  • Day's Range: 0.6952 - 0.6998
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NZD/USD Overview

Prev. Close0.6962
Bid0.6977
Day's Range0.6952 - 0.6998
Open0.6962
Ask0.6978
52 wk Range0.6233 - 0.7582
1-Year Return - 8.4%

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Moving Averages Strong Sell Sell Buy Strong Buy Sell
Technical Indicators Strong Sell BUY BUY Strong Buy Sell
Summary Strong Sell Neutral Buy Strong Buy Sell

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Central Banks

Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ)
Current Rate 2.25%
Chairman Graeme Wheeler
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.50%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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Giorgio Francescangeli
Giorgio Francescangeli 20 hours ago
IMHO,. I find very unlikely that the FED will hike rates before the elections, since it will ***the bond bubble and send the stock market down. Yellen like Brnananke is a team player with the administration, and a full blown market crisis before the election will nullify the chance for Clinton to be elected.
Roman Sheveloff
Roman Sheveloff 20 hours ago
Hey Giorgio, I am glad to hear your opinion. Not much into politics but Mr Clinton oops Mrs has won the presidency. 100% in the bag. I am 100% republican living in SW Florida. The reason I think they will raise rates is to attract elderly retirees to vote. Also Banks are not lending much to small and medium business. I own a small business and big banks are sitting on cash. A this moment roughly 50 million american elderly earn almost nothing on their money from savings accounts ( 30 trillion dollars). If Yellen raises and prime will be .50-.75 retirees or 30 trillion will earn additional 300 billion a year. That will motivate a lot of people. Japan and Euro went into negative rates with Japan is 200% debt to GDP ration and their stock market only dipped a little. On top of that if they do not raise rates anytime soon their will be no more trust in Fed and then you will start seeing US economy start contract. Just my opinion.
asoka wim
asoka wim 15 hours ago
@Roman Sheveloff -you are spot on on everything except the conclusion that Hillary Clinton has won the presidential election. I am a republican also and I will be voting for Trump. All the free trade agreements were signed when Bill Clinton was president in the early 90s. That is the cause of all the manufacturing job losses. We need to fix that and make is an even playing field.
Roman Sheveloff
Roman Sheveloff Apr 29, 2016 11:59AM GMT
Good Morning Everybody!!! I hope everyone had a profitable week or positioned themselves for a good profit next week. I am very glad to see mr Asoka with us. Hope you can get that rental out before deadline. I have sells o this from .7050, .71, .7150, .72. Mr Asoka or anyone what are your opinions on usd/jpy? Also your thoughts about June. There will be lots of central banks talking. I think we will get our .25 from Fed in June and .25 in December(1st hike was in December, it seems every 6 months.). . RBA will not cut aud/nzd is falling. RBNZ will cut in June just cause they have room.
asoka wim
asoka wim 15 hours ago
Thanks Roman. I will play an active role in the market next week.
Minta singh
Minta singh Apr 29, 2016 11:08AM GMT
I added my shorts too early.
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