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Thinking of trading AUD/NZD?

    1. Factors influencing the pair remain to be focused on local events and news, rather than global. This could be a breath of fresh air for traders as their focus scope could see itself tighter, not having to worry about most of the global economic indicators. 2. This pair is considered a cross-currency pair, and hence it is neither related to the USD and their volatility. It is quite common to see traders investing heavily in these kind of pairs, as they can distance themselves from most of the events relating to the USD.
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New Zealand Pound was the official currency until the New Zealand Dollar was introduced in 1967. New Zealand is highly dependent on trade. Its export key players are Australia with a 20% share and China. Similarly, Australian pound was replaced by the dollar counterparty around the same date, in the 1960s.Both countries are heavily dependant on trade, and so, they have similar priorities and needs to keep inflation low, keep their interest rates high and maintain their currency price under control in order not to asphyxiate their exporters. The pair has seen strong growth in the last 10 years, hitting a peak of 1.36 NZD in March 2011. Due to a rise in the New Zealand construction industry and in its dairy production, in 2015 both currencies were almost at parity at 1.01 NZD.

1. Both of these countries are known for their large export history, something to keep in mind when trading this pair, is the fact that most of the commodities they trade are priced in USD. This adds an extra layer of complexity when analysing the potential price and direction of the pair. 2. Weather and harvest factors play an important role as Australia relies heavily on commodities in the form of metals and grains. Same goes for New Zealand, whose main industries include dairy, machinery, meat, wool and wood products. 3. Australia's close trade relationship with China, makes of its economic health a key factor for the currency's price. Any movement in its GDP and monetary policy will have a strong effect on the pair's direction.

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