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Figures today are expected to show quarterly inflation at 0.4 per cent.
"The NZD is again one of the under-performers overnight."
The Syria situation will limit any upside moves in the kiwi this week, traders say.
Today Kiwi traders will be watching for the March manufacturing PMI report.
Fears of a trade war between the US and China have dissipated.
The US and China have traded threats over tariffs.
Tonight, the latest Global Dairy Trade auction will be closely watched.
China has said it will respond and may refer the US moves to the WTO.
Today traders will be watching for the BuskinessNZ-BNZ performance of services index.
Concern has been rising over the popularity of Bitcoin.
The local currency rose to 79.89 yen from 79.23 yen and gained to A92.68c from 92.18c.
"The Aussie is still suffering from the RBA yesterday."
Marine Le Pen wants France to take control of its money subject to a referendum that would lead France out of the EU and its shared currency.
Two businessmen pre-ordered Yuan for a trip to China, but say six of their banknotes were fake.
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright said he does not "have the courage" to publish additional proof that he was the founder.
"The main domestic risks relate to weakness in the dairy sector and the decline in inflation expectations."
The award recognises achievement in design, technical sophistication and security.
The Reserve Bank, in December, did not rule out further cuts later this year.
An announcement on the OCR will be made just after 9am today.
Bill English acknowledges the survey shows that the economy is going through a 'softening stage'.
The NZX is down over 100 points to 5,633 points, that's a significant fall of about two per cent.
China’s central bank devalued the yuan by 1.9 per cent.
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MYOB's chief technology officer predicts crypto-currencies will replace cash by 2040.
Christmas shopping, filling up the car and going overseas could get more expensive for Kiwis.
A version of the global treasure hunt for cash has come to New Zealand with a dash for cash in Auckland today.
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Supreme Health is an example of how good R and D can bring benefits to NZ.
The government announced it was pulling support from several schemes.
"If the engines fail, they will be removed", an Air NZ engineer says in the staff video, detailing the Rolls Royce engine checks.
Folau has copped major backlash after commenting on social media last month that all gay people will go to hell.
Emotional scenes played out on the West Coast today.
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