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NZD/USD retains downward momentum, this week helped by the resumption of US-China trade war headlines and a test of 0.6700 is possible, according to Imre Speizer, Research Analyst at Westpac.

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“That said, it’s hard to get too bearish in the near term, since CPI data should show a sharp rebound in inflation. In addition, speculator positioning (CFTC) is the third shortest on record. These two factors argue for 0.6700 to hold over the next week or two.”

“Over the next few months, though, we remain negative, and expect 0.6700 to break. The stronger USD, unattractive NZ-US yield spreads, and slower NZ economy, should all help to push NZD/USD lower this year.”