2014年03月06日

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The New Zealand dollar surged to a six-year high against the yen as investors favoured higher yielding risk sensitive assets.

The kiwi touched 87.57 yen on Friday morning, its highest level since February 2008, and was trading at 87.33 yen at 8am in Wellington from 86.45 yen on Thursday.

The local currency touched a four-month high of 85.02 US cents and was trading at 84.84 cents at 8am from 84.22 cents yesterday.

The New Zealand dollar soared higher as investors seeking yield are buoyed by a slew of positive data on the local economy which is expected to see interest rates move higher from next week.

Signs of a revival in Australia's economy, after better-than-expected trade and retail sales reports are also buoying the local currency, traders said.




"The NZD has surged higher overnight, riding a wave of positive risk sentiment and benefiting from a positive AUD story," Bank of New Zealand currency strategist Raiko Shareef said.

The yen was also weakened after advisers to Japan's $US1.26 trillion public pension fund said the fund need not cling on to the safety of Japanese government bonds, Reuters reported.


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