New Zealand Pound


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New Zealand Pound

The former currency of New Zealand. It was pegged to the British pound and was replaced by the New Zealand dollar in 1967.
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An integral part of this was the requirement that the Reserve Bank maintain the New Zealand pound's convertibility into the British pound.
While the New Zealand Government's decision to devalue the New Zealand pound in 1933 has received attention from economic historians (Hawke, 1985; Endres, 1990), the theoretical background to economists' ideas on exchange rates, which formed the basis of the Economic Committee's devaluation recommendations, remain largely undocumented.
By 1931 the New Zealand pound had depreciated around 10 percent against the pound sterling, compared to 1928 values.
The exchange rate was under pressure via the sterling reserve mechanism; as Hawke has shown, the 'failure of the banks to distinguish between New Zealand and Australia' meant that the New Zealand pound was discounted against the sterling.
Villa Maria Gewurztraminer, New Zealand pounds 6.99
New Zealand pounds 20,000 a season, but the likes of Dan Carter banks pounds 150,000 on a central contract.
Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc 2005, New Zealand pounds 6.99 Sainsbury's
As the second half unfolded New Zealand pounded the Welsh line, their small but teak-tough forwards dominating possession.
FIVE-night stay at Treetops Lodge & Estate (right) in secluded Rotorua, New Zealand pounds 2,000
Matua Old Vine Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand pounds 2 off now pounds 7.99
Fly-half Botica returns home to New Zealand pounds 150,000 richer at the end of the season thanks to a controversial clause in his contract.
Lindauer Sparking Brut, Rose New Zealand pounds 8.31

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