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Exchange Rates updated 26/11/2015 2:54:32 a.m.

New Zealand

NZD/USD 0.6548
NZD/GBP 0.4336
NZD/EUR 0.6179
NZD/AUD 0.9036
NZD/JPY 80.4288
NZD/CAD 0.8721
NZD/SGD 0.9222
NZD/CHF 0.6682
NZD/HKD 5.0815
NZD/THB 23.4263
NZD/ZAR 9.2251
NZD/DKK 4.6124
NZD/SEK 5.7332

Rates are indicative only and indicate a midpoint between buy and sell prices


All Ord 5277
DOW 17834
FTSE 6277
NZSE 6101


Gold 1075
Oil 43

New Zealand


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Markets were dominated by Geo Political activity, with the shooting down of a Russian plane by the Turks on the Syrian border, ramping up tensions in the region. The Turks claim the Russian jet crossed the border, while the Russians claim this was false, warning of serious consequences. The Turks are anti Assad, pro US, with many disparate allies and enemies. The situation is descending into turmoil and this week should see events effect markets. European markets fell with the news, although U.S. Markets remain quiet due to the shortened Thanksgiving week holidays. U.S. GDP came in at 2.1%, in line with expectations, while bond yields slipped lower. Existing Home Sales contracted 3.4% and Manufacturing PMI dipped lower. The Fed will now focus on Employment and Non Farm payrolls in the all-important decision to raise rates. The NZD consolidated above .6500, while the AUD jumped towards 0.7230, with Oil leading a rebound in commodity prices. The EUR moved to 1.0650, while the GBP slipped to 1.5070 with uncertainty spreading across financial markets.


23/11 EU Manufacturing PMI, EU Services PMI, EU Composite PMI, Chicago Fed National Activity Index, U.S. manufacturing PMI, U.S. Existing Home Sales

24/11 RBA Governor Speech, German GDP, German IFO Business Climate, Italy Trade, U.S. GDP, U.S. Trade, U.S. personal Income/Expenditure, Case Shiller Home Price Index, U.S. consumer Confidence

25/11 Bank of Japan Minutes, France ConsumerConfidence, Italy Retail Sales, U.S. GDP, U.S. Weekly Mortgage Applications, U.S. House Price Index, U.S. Durable Goods Orders, U.S. Services PMI, U.S. composite PMI, University of Michigan Sentiment, U.S. new Home Sales

26/11 NZ Trade, NZ Exports/Imports, Spanish GDP, German Consumer Confidence

27/11 Japan CPI, NZ Business Confidence, UK GDP, German GDP, EU Consumer Confidence

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