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2 Reasons Why RBNZ Keeps Rates on Hold
Feb 12, 2020
Giles Coghlan
At its first meeting of the year, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) held the official cash rate at 1.0%. What two reasons influenced their decision?
The New Zealand dollar has recovered from a multi-week low to 0.6405 ahead of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand monetary policy meeting on Wednesday 12.
The NZDUSD pair moved up slightly after the release of electronic card sales data. The pair rose from 0.6438 to a high of 0.6470.
The Australian dollar declines slightly after the RBA released its minutes for the meeting held on July 2nd.
New Zealand dollar rises, reaching a high of 0.6660 after the central bank delivered its interest rates decision.
he New Zealand dollar declines in early trading after disappointing inflation numbers from New Zealand. Will the downward trend continue?
The New Zealand dollar rose slightly against the USD in the Asian session even after disappointing retail sales from NZ. Where is the NZDUSD pair now headed? The following technical analysis reveals.