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New Zealand Dollar Currency Index

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Key data points

Volume
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Day's range
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About New Zealand Dollar Currency Index

The New Zealand Dollar Currency Index (ZXY) is one of the indices significant for understanding the real strength of the currency. ZXY shows a relation between the NZD and other major currencies. The New Zealand dollar is a commodity currency along with the CAD and the AUD. The rate of the NZD might be influenced by export volumes — the country depends on supply to China and Australia where New Zealand delivers, for example, milk products. If export volumes are increasing, it may hike the New Zealand dollar index as well.

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Summarizing what the indicators are suggesting.
Oscillators
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Oscillators
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Moving Averages
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Moving Averages
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy

Frequently Asked Questions

New Zealand Dollar Currency Index is just a number that lets you track performance of the instruments comprising the index, so you can't invest in it directly. But you can buy New Zealand Dollar Currency Index futures or funds or invest in its components.
The lowest ever quote of New Zealand Dollar Currency Index is 49.20 USD. It was reached on Mar 2, 2009.
New Zealand Dollar Currency Index reached its highest quote on Jul 10, 201488.32 USD.