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  • Calendar event / Wednesday at 22:59 GMT

    NZ IDC

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    actual
    Low IDC's Asia/Pacific Enterprise Mobility Conference
  • Calendar event / Wednesday at 21:45 GMT

    NZ Overseas Merchandise Trade

    forecast
    actual
    Low Trade Balance, NZD
    -183M
    56M
    Low 12 Months, NZD
    -1.64B
    -1.41B
    Low Imports (On Year), NZD
    3.95B
    3.64B
    Low Exports (On Year), NZD
    3.7B
  • Editor’s Picks / Wednesday at 5:31 GMT

    Milk wars begin to simmer

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    European milk quotas are to be abolished next month and the more efficient European milk producers are champing at the bit to pump up production, writes Michael Pascoe. This move will shake up the global market for dairy products. Both New Zealand and America, the world's third-biggest exporter, have expansion plans of their own, along with everyone else presently scooping some cream off the Chinese baby formula bubble. This doesn't bode well for punters thinking about the half-billion dollar Murray Goulburn milk float and Gina Rinehart's similarly sized bet on a Queensland dairy business.
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  • Article / Tuesday at 3:43 GMT

    NZD rises again as carry trade favourite

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    It’s a common misconception that the interest rate differential is the only, or even the main, driver of carry trades. As well as a positive interest rate differential, low volatility in the chosen cross rate and positive underlying fundamentals are also conditions that must be met. The first two conditions were met by NZDUSD in the past and again look like they are coming together to once again make NZD a carry trade favourite.
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  • Calendar event / Monday at 22:59 GMT

    NZ IDC

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    Low IDC's Asia/Pacific Enterprise Mobility Conference