FOREX-Kiwi hit by new virus case; souring risk sentiment supports yen, Swiss franc

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* Kiwi hit by first community COVID-19 case since February * Aussie slips on dovish RBA minutes * Yen, Swiss franc supported as Delta variant worries grow By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO, Aug 17 (Reuters) - The New Zealand dollar tumbled on Tuesday after the country discovered its first community case of COVID-19 in six months while the Australian dollar slipped to a one-month low as minutes from the central bank meeting were perceived as dovish. Safe-haven currencies such as the yen held firm against riskier currencies also on growing anxiety the spreading Delta variant of the coronavirus could disrupt, if not derail, the global economic recovery from the pandemic. The New Zealand dollar fell 0.7% to $0.6972 after the virus-free country found a community outbreak of COVID-19 for the first time since Februar
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