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Trade weighted exchange rate index (TWI)

Trade weighted exchange rate index (TWI)

The best measure of the international value of the New Zealand dollar is the TWI. It measures the exchange value of the dollar against the currencies which New Zealand uses in international trade. The 2009 weighting of the currencies is represented in this pie-chart.

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Adolf Stroombergen, 'Prices and inflation - Terms of trade and the exchange rate', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 23 May 2022)

Story by Adolf Stroombergen, published 11 Mar 2010