NZD rises on stronger China trade data
The New Zealand dollar rose on stronger than expected trade data from China and positive news on its trade dispute with the United States.
The kiwi was trading at 68.30 US cents at 5pm from 68.09 at 8am. The trade-weighted index rose to 74.16 points from 73.97.
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