Friday 29th November 2019
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The New Zealand dollar remained mired in the same narrow range it has been stuck in for the past fortnight, although with a slight bias to the upside. That's because global markets continue to await definitive news on whether China will retaliate after US President Donald Trump signed a bill supp...
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