AUD NZD Forex Chart

Our AUD NZD forex chart is real-time and allows you to follow the current Australian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar rate. There are many useful features for technical analysis, including loads of indicators, drawing tools and different price displays.

The two currencies, Australian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar are linked closely due to their near proximity and close economic ties. This forex cross rate can be a good judge of economic strength between the two countries.


Latest AUDNZD News

AUD/NZD: Potential building for another push to test 1.12 – Westpac

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AUD/NZD getting comfortable around 1.09, but bulls are still close by

Aussie climbing as broader markets rally on trade headlines. A quiet early week for the Antipodeans sees a lacking data docket for Tuesday. The AUD/NZD is backing into the 1.0900 handle during the early Asia trading session, after the Aussie rose against ...


FxWirePro: AUD/NZD on track to test 61.8% Fib at 1.0984, weakness only below 200-DMA

AUD/NZD holds above 200-DMA, is on track to 61.8% Fib at 1.0984. Price action has shown a breakout of 'Symmetric Triangle' pattern and we see scope for further upside. Technical indicators support gains in the pair. We see bullish divergence on RSI and ...


Australian Dollar to New Zealand Dollar Exchange Rate Forecast: Will AUD/NZD Drop on Manufacturing Sector Slowdown?

The Australian Dollar (AUD) has held close to opening levels against the New Zealand Dollar (NZD) today, ahead of potentially disruptive AU data. This will be a measure of national manufacturing output, which will come out on 1 st June. The reading is ...


AUD/NZD Stalling Ahead Of 109.00?

AUD/NZD put in quite a run over the past week gaining nearly 200 pips during that time. The rally has been driven by dovish RBNZ stance which suggested that it may actually lower rates in the near future. Meanwhile, the RBA remains resolutely neutral and ...