The New Zealand Dollar (NZD) continued its downward spiral late last week reaching 0.5980 closing below key support at the big figure- 0.6000 against the US Dollar (USD). Monday’s action has extended moves to the downside clocking 0.5950 in early Tuesday. To be honest, the kiwi looks “down for the count” at the moment trading into thin air through 0.6000 was a major signal we could see bigger moves into the 0.50’s. It’s a busy week of releases for the pair with a slew of data to publish. The RBNZ official cash rate is expected to hold rates at 5.50% followed by Fed minutes Thursday. At some point the NZD will bounce higher, buyers of USD should grab the spikes.
Current Level: 0.5974
Last Weeks Range: 0.5974 – 0.6117