Free Currency Calculator
You probably know that USD to NZD currency exchange rates are always fluctuating. The USD is the most traded currency in the world, so it’s no surprise that USD to NZD conversion rates are very high. While USD to NZD converter calculators can be found on many websites, they often use outdated data and don’t provide you with accurate information for your next transaction. We’ve created a new online tool at Currency Calculate which will help you find out what the current US Dollar to New Zealand Dollar conversion rate is!
USD to NZD Currency Conversion
A fast currency conversion tool can be a useful way to convert US Dollars to New Zealand Dollars. This website has a simple interface that allows you to quickly find the conversion rate you need, for any currency in any quantity for free.
Peak New Zealand Dollar Exchange Rates
Interestingly enough, there was a time when the New Zealand Dollar (NZD) reached higher exchange rates than the USD. This was back in 2011 when USD to NZD conversion rates were at .6872. The peak of NZD occurred in 2013.
Financial Connection Between USA and New Zealand
The main commercial connection between the United States of America and New Zealand is tourism. Over 100,000 people from the USA visit New Zealand each year and over 55,000 Americans live in New Zealand.
The leading American exporters to NZ are petroleum products and civil aircraft while imports include electrical appliance and electronic goods. The US sends $19 million worth of milk products to NZ while importing meat, cheese and butter from New Zealand.
The USD is the official currency in American Samoa, Bermuda, British Indian Ocean Territory, Ecuador (Galapagos), Johnston Island, North Mariana Islands, Panama Canal Zone and Turks & Caicos. The USD is also an unofficial but widely used currency in East Timor and Zimbabwe.
USD-NZD Exchange Rate History – Peak Rates Reached In 2013
In 2011/12 US Dollar to New Zealand Dollar exchange rates reached a high rate of .6872 however this was short lived with the USD regaining strength over recent years reaching current values at 0.6611 as at 29th January 2018 which on average represent big changes.
The New Zealand Dollar is the official currency of New Zealand and is issued by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
New Zealand Dollar to Australian Dollar
The trading history of the New Zealand Dollar against the Australian Dollar is rather volatile, making it an interesting option for traders. With their close proximity and shared language of English, along with made business, commercial and tourist connections – they do share a strong bond.