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The New Zealand Dollar declined after posting a job data which was weaker than the expected value for the second quarter of the year. To add on the decline, the central bank of the New Zealand is planning to maintain its interest rates firmly on hold for an extensive amount of time, according to sources.

As mentioned, the kiwi declined after the Statistics New Zealand revealed its latest Job Data for the second quarter of the year. The data has declined at about 0.2% in the preceding three months which finished at the 30th of June.

According to polls, Economist has estimated the growth to be at 0.7%, ranging the track of improvements ‘till the seventh quarter.

The involvement frequency plummeted from 70.6% to 70%.

Economist Nick Tuffley told reports that the data strengthens the awareness that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand will be in no urgency to elevate interest charges in the coming periods. "We now expect the RBNZ will leave the official cash rate on hold until February 2019, previously November 2018," Tuffley added.

The Central Bank of the New Zealand had specified its plans to retain the interest rates firmly on hold at 1.75% before elevating them in the next two years.

"It was all on the data. And since that point the kiwi has been on the back foot. We've also seen quite a bit of selling against the Aussie," Senior Dealer Foreign Exchange Martin Rudings told reports

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In the recent trading performance of Kiwi against the US Dollar, the pair was dominated by bears in which of course, can be attributed on the job data of the New Zealand.  The pair continued its decline by projecting another bearish candle which concluded at  0.74.

The pair’s indicators mirrored the drop as well. The RSI Level massively declined below the 60’s region, specifically at 55.45 while the Coppock Curve also seen inching downwards. However, it is still not on a negative region so a hold on sell would be the much preferred position for the pair.

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