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NZ dollar gains against Aussie

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 August 2018
NZ dollar gains against AussieThe New Zealand dollar gained against the Aussie as a lack of wage inflation in Australia affirmed expectations for a flat interest rate track across the Tasman. The kiwi increased to 90.91 Australian cents as at 5pm in Wellington...
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