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New Zealand Currency

Tāra o Aotearoa
(Māori)
ISO 4217 code
NZD
Central bank
Reserve Bank of New
Zealand
 Website
www.rbnz.govt.nz
User(s)
New Zealand
5 territories
Cook Islands (New
Zealand), alongside
Cook Islands dollar
Niue (New
Zealand)
Pitcairn Islands
(UK)
Ross
Dependency (New
Zealand)
Tokelau (New
Zealand)
Inflation
0.7% (New Zealand
only)
 Source
Reserve Bank of New
Zealand
, March 2011
Pegged by
Cook Islands dollar,
Niue dollar and Pitcairn
Islands dollar (all at
par)
Subunit
 1/100
cent
Symbol
$
cent
c
Nickname
kiwi
Coins
10c, 20c, 50c, $1, $2
Banknotes
$5, $10, $20, $50, $
100
Printer
Note Printing Australia
(provides base
polymer note
material)
 Website
www.noteprinting.
com
The New Zealand
dollar (sign: $; code:
NZD) is the currency of
New Zealand. It is
divided into 100 cents.
It is normally written
with the dollar sign $, or
NZ$ to distinguish it
from other dollar-
denominated currencies.
In the context of
currency trading, it is
often informally called
the "Kiwi",[1] since kiwi
are commonly
associated with New
Zealand and the $1 coin
depicts a kiwi. It is one
of the 10 most-traded
currencies in the world,
being approximately
2.0% of global foreign
exchange market daily
turnover in 2013.[2]
(See Global Foreign
Exchange Market
section below.)


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