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New Zealand Outlook Remains in favor of Depreciation

New Zealand Outlook Remains in favor of Depreciation

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

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NZDUSD – Retail FX traders are once again net-long the New Zealand Dollar versus the US Dollar, and a contrarian view of crowd sentiment keeps us watching for further NZD/USD declines. A technical failure at a key trendline likewise portends poorly for the NZD, and it would take a material shift in sentiment to call for a meaningful reversal higher.

See next currency section: XAUUSD - Gold Prices at Potentially Significant Turning Point

--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com

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