The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is out with its annual NZD trade-weighted index (TWI), with revised weights coming into effect from Friday.
According to the reweighted NZD TWI, the Chinese yuan tops followed by the Aussie dollar and the US dollar.
The Kiwi is off the lows, as the bulls look to retest the 0.66 handle amid cautious optimism heading into the tariffs meeting between US President Trump and his trade adviser due later on Thursday.
The spot rallied to five-month highs just ahead of the 0.6600 level after the US dollar was dumped across the board on dovish comments from the Fed Chair Powell.
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