New Zealand's economy witnessed a higher consumer confidence in April that considered the highest in three months, which add signs of improved domestic demand and economy recovery.

Consumer Confidence in New Zealand's economy rose to 114 from previous reading of 110.2 in March, where today's reading is supported by the recent improvements in business confidence and property market recovery.

Meanwhile, investors are monitoring whether the governor Allan Bollard will raise the interest rate from low levels during this year. On another side, New Zealand's dollar slightly changed after the report against Dollar to record 82.28.