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    Rapid gains in the New Zealand dollar have seen Fonterra trim its forecast payout by five cents for the recently completed season

    Rapid gains in the New Zealand dollar have seen Fonterra trim its forecast payout by five cents for the recently completed season


    Fonterra
    Fonterra
    But, the dairy-co-op has lifted its outlook for the current year based on resurgent Chinese demand.

    The mid-point for the year ahead has been bumped up 25 cents to $6.40 per kilo..

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