Wednesday 8th January 2020
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The New Zealand dollar rebounded from a two-week low on signs the US and Iran may be trying to de-escalate their dispute after the Islamic republic launched missile attacks on two US bases in Iraq earlier today. The kiwi rose early this afternoon after Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif...
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