Bonds news

29 May 17, 12:12pm
Roger J Kerr sees an opportunity now to lock in low borrowing rates ahead of a period when public policy actions are likely to take rates higher
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29 May 17, 7:51am
Markets happy with current rate settings. Washington politics gets more volatile. Holiday weekend in some major economies
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29 May 17, 7:22am
US growth stronger than first reported; rift between US and EU grows; China ODI collapses; Xi readies Hong Kong takeover; UST 10yr yield 2.25%; oil down, gold up; NZ$1 = 70.6 US¢, TWI-5 = 75.1
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26 May 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; HNZC cuts home loan rate, UDC back with restrictions, NZGB yields down, GMT gets the max, greenhouse gas target on track, swaps and NZD slip
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26 May 17, 2:15pm
Tender 604 of NZ$150 mln 2037's received bids of NZ$349 mln at a coverage ratio of 2.3; average weighted yield of 3.33%, 22 bps below previous tender, has fallen for five consecutive months
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26 May 17, 8:17am
NZGB bond markets will get new issuance to maintain a sustainable market, not because the Government needs the funding. NZGB 10yr yield near its 2017 low
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26 May 17, 7:34am
US growth sags in Q2; China corporates rush to issue USD debt; Aussie car loan default rates rise; AU education collapse; Melbourne apartment market woes; UST 10yr yield 2.25%; oil drops, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 70.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.6
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25 May 17, 4:18pm
Our compilation of some of the key business, property, farming, retailing and economic comment made in response to the 2017 Budget
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25 May 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; UDC suspends deposit taking, TSB Bank and RaboDirect change TD rates, all the Budget news, log market at record, why banks lost trust, swaps slip, NZD firms
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25 May 17, 8:22am
NZ Budget expected to bring "a clear net fiscal stimulus" and ratings agencies likely to "make positive noises"
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25 May 17, 7:36am
US Fed signals rate hike, balance sheet shrinkage; China reacts to Moody's downgrade; world trade in upswing; AU banks face ratings risks; UST 10yr yield 2.26%; oil slips, gold up; NZ$1 = 70.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.6
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24 May 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; no rate changes, record trade surplus, Fonterra upbeat, new mortgage lending tanks, China downgraded, swap rates up & steeper, NZD rising
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24 May 17, 8:11am
Solid data and improving risk sentiment pushes up oil prices and global yields. Markets price in a US Fed hike. Expect local yields to rise today
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24 May 17, 7:28am
New US budget faces sceptical reception; US new house building rises; US retail malls face rating downgrades; Aust. signals house building push; UST 10yr yield 2.29%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 70.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.4
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23 May 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Tuesday; no rate changes, eyes on Budget, Aussie underestimate, divisive rules eyed for change, eyes on Fonterra, swaps slip, NZD firms
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23 May 17, 8:01am
NZD trended 1% higher overnight, meeting some resistance just under the 0.70 USD mark; USD remains out of favour; NZ 2 yr swap at 2.25%, 10 yr at 3.26%, steepening bias expected
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23 May 17, 7:31am
OECD sees slower growth; China slams sugar imports; Portugal out of sick bay; new Aussie bank tax lighter than 'feared'; UST 10yr yield 2.25%; oil up, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 69.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.1; bitcoin price frenzy
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22 May 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Monday; TD rate changes, Westpac grumpy, S&P downgrades second tier financials, banks not in Top 10 'most trusted', swaps up, NZD steady
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22 May 17, 9:11am
Roger J Kerr doesn't see any new collapse in oil prices and therefore wonders where the price falls the RBNZ is predicting over the next 12 months will come from
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22 May 17, 8:44am
UST and local rates traded in a tight range with little movement in the yield curve; USD was under pressure on Friday, USD majors index down 0.7%; NZD up to 0.6925 on USD weakness
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