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NZ dollar steady as geopolitical tensions ease

Thursday 9th January 2020

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The New Zealand dollar was largely steady as geopolitical tensions between Iran and the US eased further. Markets were cheered after US President Donald Trump responded to an Iranian attack on US forces in Iraq yesterday with sanctions, not further violence. Iran also offered no immediate indicat...

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