New Zealand Dollar Rebounds on Retail Sales

After losing significantly during most of this Wednesday’s session as risk aversion prevailed globally, the kiwi rebounded in currency markets as retail sales advanced in the country reviving the confidence regarding the Southern Pacific economy.

The New Zealand dollar had its worse decline in two months this Wednesday as consumer prices showed negative figures, but a retail sales report published in this Thursday early morning in the country revived confidence in the currency as figures came better than forecasts suggested.

NZD/USD traded at 0.7227 as of 12:51 GMT from as low as 0.7185 hours earlier.

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