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NZD drops as US bond yields rise

 The New Zealand dollar fell as better than expected US data drove yields on US bonds to a seven-year high, making the greenback a more attractive investment option. 

The kiwi dropped to 65.31 US cents as at 8am in Wellington from 65.73 cents yesterday. The trade-weighted index declined to 71.37 from 71.62. 

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