New Zealand shifts the momentum A report was issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury criticizing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s arbitration rule. This rule will block financial institutions from preventing class action lawsuits from customers via consumer contracts. According to the Commerce Department, the GDP of the U.S. economy expanded at a 3% […]

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Kiwi finds support On Friday the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, said that absence of inflation has been an unexplainable surprise, while the Fed’s dismissal of stimulus is performing well. Yellen said we’ve had a sequence of weak, smooth perusal on inflation, core inflation, commencing this March and the reasons for that are not instantly […]

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Kiwi finds edge over greenback As the traders count on the deadline from New Zealand’s First leader Winston Peters to declare which party he will choose to form a government with, the New Zealand dollar extends to maintain below 71 US cent. After special votes counted on Saturday followed in the Labour and the Green […]

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Kiwi continues to slide down From the statistical reports, the working New Zealanders are grossing the most in a decade, but the emerging household expenses enforce them to consume more. The sabre rattling on Korean Peninsula has increased the risk of dispute with the North which involves huge loss of life and activates a large […]

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Dollar Looks Bearish What’s in the News? On Friday, the economists resolved the fate of the global economy at a mountain lodge as President Donald Trump’s name was rarely disclosed as the top central bankers. Without even citing the man in the White House, the presentations from Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, The European Central Bank […]

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