NZ dollar dips ahead of US jobs numbers

NZ dollar dips ahead of US jobs numbers
Jenny Ruth
The New Zealand dollar slipped after a quiet day by recent standards as investors wait to see just how bad unemployment is becoming in the United States.The kiwi was trading at 59.07 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 59.28 at the same time yesterday after trading just a 30 point range – ranges of several cents have been common while the enormity of the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the global economy has become more obvious.The trade-weighted index was at 67.95 from 68.12.Figures released in the US in the early hours of today, NZ time,...

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