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MARKET OPEN: Sideways moves as markets await covid-19 announcement

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 14 Sep 2020

Markets will trade sideways as investors wait to see if the government eases the current covid-19 restrictions. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is due to make an announcement today about whether restrictions will be lifted in Auckland and the rest of the country from 11:59pm on Wednesday. The entire country is currently at level 2, with additional restrictions in Auckland. Several thousand people rallied in Auckland's Aotea Square on Saturday in a protest against the government's use of covid-19 restrictions, according to Radio New Zealand....

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