In the last month global investors have begun selling down their holdings in safe haven assets such as US Treasuries, on the back of improving US economic data including better- than-expected employment and retail sales figures.
Mar 21, 2012 | FXEmpire
Employment dip doesn't shake New Zealand's service sector. New Zealand's service sector maintained steady growth in July despite indications that employment in the sector was down, according to the BNZ-Business New Zealand Performance of Services Index (PSI). The PSI for July was 54.5...
By Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr. | Aug 15, 2011 | LiveTradingNews
NZD/USD broke below the 100-day SMA and plunged to a 11-week low late Thursday in New York on concerns about the kiwi currency's weakening fundamentals while a lack of confidence in euro added to the relative strength of the greenback.
By Boby Michael | Dec 17, 2010 | IBTimes
Performance of the US dollar, Europe's periphery issues, inflation in developing world, consumption by developed ones, and of late, tensions in Korean peninsula- a lot of things are weighing on oil. The net result in recent weeks was positive for the greenback and therefore negative for oil.
By Boby Michael | Nov 27, 2010 | IBTimes
The New Zealand was one of the biggest losers through Tuesday thanks to the combination of the sovereign downgrade and the general deterioration in risk trends.
By John Kicklighter | Nov 24, 2010 | DailyFX
The New Zealand economy issued the producer prices inputs during the third quarter, retreated to 0.7%, from 1.4% in the second quarter months of the year, while the analysts' expectations estimated of 0.New Zealand producer prices outputs rose 1.4% during the quarter of July to September, followi.
Nov 18, 2010 | ecPulse.com
The New Zealand economy released today data concerning both the retail sales index and the retail sales ex auto index for the month of October, where the actual reading for the retail sales index was at 1.6% higher than the previous reading 0.0% and the expected reading was 1.While the retail sal.
Nov 15, 2010 | ecPulse.com
The New Zealand economy issued the unemployment rate for the quarter of July to September, where the index released with actual reading 6.4%, compared with a previous reading 6.8% in the second quarter, which was revised to 6.9%, while the anticipations referred to 6.
Nov 04, 2010 | ecPulse.com
Released by the New Zealand economy data related to the consumer price index during the third quarter of the year, where the actual reading showed an increase by 1.1% where it was forecasted to rise by 1.0%, while the previous reading was 0.On the other hand the annual consumer price index readi.
Oct 18, 2010 | ecPulse.com
Released today by the New Zealand economy date concerning retail sales during the month of august, were the actual reading showed a fixed rate of 0.0% less than the expected rise to 0.3% where as the previous reading showed a decrease of 0.As for the retail sales index that excluded transportatio.
Oct 14, 2010 | ecPulse.com
New Zealand trade balance deficit widened to NZ$437 million during August, compared with a previous deficit of NZ$186 million in July, revised to NZ$183 million, while analyst's forecasts referred to NZ$417 million.Moreover, New Zealand's imports came at NZ$3.59 billion in August, compared with a pr.
Sep 29, 2010 | ecPulse.com
New Zealand's current account deficit widened to reach NZ0.888 billion during the quarter of April to June, compared with a previous surplus of NZ$0.176 billion, which was revised to NZ$0.159 billion.
Sep 22, 2010 | ecPulse.com