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Weekly Currency Update GBP/NZD - Week ending 12th February

Weekly Currency Update GBP/NZD - Week ending 12th February

Old Feb 14th 2010, 9:56 pm
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Default Weekly Currency Update GBP/NZD - Week ending 12th February

As promised here’s a brief update on what’s been happening with the NZ Dollar over the last week.

Last week saw Retail Sales (0.0% m/m) stall as demand in department stores and appliance outlets declined, with high unemployment and a slowing housing market undermining consumer confidence. Market expectations for an early start to the monetary tightening cycle have been steadily wound back in recent weeks as data paints a picture of an economy struggling to gain traction after the recession.

Business NZ Manufacturing Index (52.0 from 52.9) gave further evidence of a sluggish recovery.

This week Producer Prices are not expected to show any pipeline inflationary pressure to change the interest rate outlook.

GBP/NZD movement – High’s & Low’s of last week (08-02-10 to 12-02-10)

High’s: 2.2999
Low's: 2.2378

A movement of 2.78%

Difference on £200,000

High: NZD 459,980
Low: NZD 447,560

Difference of: NZD 12,420

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