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To offer an up-to-date and comprehensive outlook on currency trends, BestExchangeRates.com tracks and compiles data from a range of reputable FX analysts for our users tracking popular New Zealand dollar exchange rates. The reports and data we review covers various aspects of the foreign exchange market, such as economic indicators, geopolitical events, central bank policies, and technical analysis.
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The New Zealand dollar has been experiencing downward pressure due to a stronger US dollar and the economic impacts of natural disasters. With inflation and near-term rate hikes remaining primary drivers, the NZD is expected to face sustained downward pressure through March. Without a correction in the current narrative, key support points at US$0.6150 and US$0.61 are likely to be tested, and the NZD could trade between US$0.60 and US$0.64 in March. It is also worth noting that NZD/USD and AUD/USD are said to be correlated due to their geographical proximity and dependence on commodity markets, and often move in the same direction.
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According to recent FX analyst forecasts, the New Zealand dollar (NZD) has faced a reversal in fortunes through February due to a stronger US dollar and continued economic impacts from natural disasters. The NZD has given up its 6-month highs above US$0.65 and tumbled back below US$0.62. The narrative surrounding inflation and central bank policy expectations flipped through the latter half of the month and forced investors to re-adjust near-term expectations and NZD value. Without a correction in the current narrative, key support points at US$0.6150 and $US0.61 are likely to be tested, and the NZD could trade between US$0.60 and US$0.64 through March.
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