Risk appetite has been some how easing as well, specially since yesterday's massive Apple shares sell off in the after hours NY markets, and the North Korea threat of testing more nuclear weapons, declared yesterday, with intentions to attack the US. Apple shares finally lost -12.35% at the Thursday's NY close, with SP500 flat, but local share markets following suit, though in a mixed way, with Australia and Tokyo still in the positive.
Immediate support to the downside for NZD/USD lies at current levels as Jan 14 lows, followed by Monday's/last Friday's lows at 0.8332, and Jan 07 lows at 0.8286. To the upside, nearest term resistance shows at Jan 15 lows 0.8371, followed by Wednesday's lows at 0.8399, and Tuesday's highs at 0.8429.
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