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NZ dollar falls amid heightened oil, coronavirus volatility

Monday 9th March 2020

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The New Zealand dollar fell sharply after a "flash crash" across currency markets, fuelled by plunging oil and equity markets amid heightened fear of the economic consequences of the coronavirus crisis. The kiwi was trading at 62.49 US cents at 5pm in Wellington, after falling as low as 60.27 cen...

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