Wednesday 27th November 2019
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The New Zealand dollar remained stalled amid increasingly positive signs the US and China will soon sign a preliminary trade deal and after Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell made it clear further US interest rate cuts are unlikely. The kiwi was trading at 64.26 US cents at 5pm in Wellington fro...
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