NZD/USD pulls back from an eight-day top to 0.5945 amid the early Asian session on Friday. The kiwi pair recently witnessed declines following New Zealand’s ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence and Total Filled Jobs data while the US dollar seems to have benefited from the calls of the US-China talk and risk reset. New Zealand’s March month ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence slipped below 122.1 prior to 106.3 whereas the Total Filled Jobs for February rose to 2.21M from 2.2 earlier. […] The US leader also pushed for a US coronavirus bill that is in the final stages of being the law. […] Technical analysis A sustained break of a 10-day SMA level of 0.5845 enables the buyers to target 21-day SMA near 0.6060.
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