Economy

“Flash crash” takes the kiwi dollar on a roller-coaster ride

The New Zealand dollar was little changed at the end of a wild roller-coaster day driven by a “flash crash” on global currency markets that was probably caused by computer-driven trading in thin, holiday-dampened activity.

Meanwhile, overall negative sentiment was reinforced by a string bad news that sent investors fleeing to safe havens such as the US dollar.

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