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New Zealand dollar climbs as terms of trade near record

New Zealand Herald Monday, 2 December 2019
The New Zealand dollar rose after the nation's terms of trade rose to their second highest level ever in the September quarter.The domestic currency's gains were buttressed by downbeat data in Australia on housing consents and job...
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