Trade-Weighted Index

New Zealand Trade-Weighted Index

The trade-weighted index (TWI) is a measure of the value of the New Zealand dollar (NZD) relative to the currencies of New Zealand's major trading partners. The TWI is the Reserve Bank's preferred summary measure for capturing the medium-term effect of exchange rate changes on the New Zealand economy and inflation.

Date Value Previous Change
Feb 15, 2013 77.3 76.7 +0.78 %
Feb 14, 2013 76.7 76.2 +0.66 %
Feb 13, 2013 76.2 76.0 +0.26 %
Feb 12, 2013 76.0 75.9 +0.13 %
Feb 11, 2013 75.9 75.7 +0.26 %
Feb 8, 2013 75.7 76.0 -0.39 %
Feb 7, 2013 76.0 76.0 -- 
Feb 5, 2013 76.0 76.3 -0.39 %
Feb 4, 2013 76.3 75.5 +1.06 %
Feb 1, 2013 75.5 75.2 +0.40 %

 

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