New Zealand Dollar at Clear Risk of Further Losses
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Trade Implications – NZDUSD: Retail traders are now their most net-long the Kiwi currency since it traded near $0.7500 in 2012, and extremely one-sided sentiment warns of continued declines. A test of multi-month lows of $0.8400 seems likely, and a break lower makes a move towards year-to-date lows of $0.8100 plausible.
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--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com
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