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Shared Lunch: The Kiwi Dollar, down not out

Shared Lunch

The kiwi dollar, like its namesake, has struggled to get off the ground recently. Kiwibank’s Chief Economist Jarrod Kerr looks at what’s causing our weak currency, what it means for importers, exporters and investors, and whether it’s likely to ever get its wings back.

Dan Brunskill at BusinessDesk sits down with Kiwibank's Chief Economist Jarrod Kerr to chat about the kiwi dollar. Will it ever get it's wings back?

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Shared Lunch is hosted by BusinessDesk journalists including Frances Cook, and Dan Brunskill. 

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