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Equities rise and US dollar lower

Recent market trends have continued overnight, with equities pushing higher and bond yields and the USD lower., says Nick Smyth at BNZ Markets.

Commodity currencies under-perform

In a quiet week, US equities are flat and US 10-year Treasury yields are tracking sideway, says Jason Wong at BNZ Markets. Commodity currencies and GBP have underperformed, with the NZ dollar pushing down to 0.7010. ...

Kiwi dollar looking softer

In currency markets, EUR has outperformed, GBP has underperformed and the NZD has also been on the soft side, notes Jason Wong at BNZ Markets. ...

Market awaits Biden package

Market sentiment remains positive ahead of President Biden’s speech on his planned infrastructure package, says Nick Smyth at BNZ Markets. ...

Full deck of events

It’s been a messy picture for financial markets overnight, comments Jason Wong at BNZ Markets. ...

Risk appetite fluctuates

Risk appetite began the week on a negative note after fears of some systemic risk arising from a hedge fund getting in trouble, notes Jason Wong at BNZ Markets. ...

Kiwi back at US$0.70

It was a ‘risk-on’ trading session on Friday night, with equities and bond yields higher and the USD broadly weaker, notes Nick Smyth at BNZ Markets. ...

Kiwi at 4-month low

The NZD dollar has fallen to around 0.6950, a four-month low, notes BNZ Markets. ...

Fresh 2021 low for Kiwi

The New Zealand dollar has tracked sideways and is flat after printing a fresh low, repirts BNZ Markets. ...

Housing measures dampen Kiwi dollar

Markets are trading more cautiously, with Europe’s likely delayed recovery not helping, says Jason Wong at BNZ Markets. Global equity markets are flat, US Treasury yields have nudged down further and oil prices have plunged around 6%. ...
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