The options market turns retains bullish bias on the NZD/USD for the third consecutive day heading into Thursday’s European session, per the latest weekly data from Reuters.
That said, one-month risk reversal (RR) of NZD/USD, a gauge of calls to puts, prints +0.013 levels at the latest, per data source Reuters.
It’s worth noting that the NZD/USD prices do track the bullish signals flashed by options markets but struggle for fresh clues after the previous day’s heavy run-up, like all other G10 currency pairs. Hence, today’s Fedspeak and US PPI will be important for the pair traders amid a lack of major data/events.
The Kiwi pair seesaws around 0.6855 after refreshing the highest levels last seen on December 24.
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