Bonds news

29 May 15, 4:06pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; NZ$ falls, farmers gear up, strong ANZ, Kiwibank mortgage growth, Jenny Shipley faces lawsuit, Auckland building consents rise
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29 May 15, 7:59am
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House sales in US boom, China's growth forecast downgraded, business investment contracting in Aust, yuan may become global reserve currency, NZ$1 = 71.8US¢, TWI-5 = 76.4
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28 May 15, 4:03pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Fonterra's dairy price forecast lower than expected, Harmoney passes $50m, ANZ breaches Fair Trading Act
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28 May 15, 8:02am
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NZ swaps flatter following US Treasuries, but today cues will all come from Fonterra
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28 May 15, 7:35am
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Greek endgame; China to allow offshore investment by individuals; Aussie GDP component very weak; eyes on Fonterra; yields, gold, oil unchanged; NZ$1 = 72.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.9
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27 May 15, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; mortgage approval levels surprise, another PPP road, Westland Dairy optimistic, swap rates down
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27 May 15, 1:31pm
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Bernard's Top 10: 'Roger, Ruth and Me'; Where did the productivity growth go?; Our (still) over-valued currency; When the robots start fishing; Dilbert; John Oliver and the end of the world
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27 May 15, 8:08am
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US bond yields fall over Greece. NZ swaps dip at short end, rise at long end, steepening the curve
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27 May 15, 7:31am
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US dollar rises on better data; IMF says China's currency now not overvalued; AU BOP deficit jumps; UST 10yr yield falls; NZ$1 = 72.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.9
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26 May 15, 4:01pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; worse trade deficit, more irrigation, high LVR investor lending grows, Convention Centre ok, most people 'satisfied'
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26 May 15, 8:12am
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US Fed signals prime markets for coming US rate hikes. Eyes on many US data releases tomorrow
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26 May 15, 7:30am
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China cuts import duties; Japan exports more to the US; Australia pressed by China; Panama Canal volumes low; NZ$1 = 73.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.2
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25 May 15, 9:38pm
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PM rejects Andrew Little's claim the Government is being irresponsible by refusing to acknowledge issue with affordability of NZ Super or allow a debate
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25 May 15, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; UFB kick along, 10yr passports return, key TPPA vote, Tauranga's huge university project, swap rates and NZD unchanged
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25 May 15, 8:43am
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US core infation up to +2.6% in past 3 months, bond investors repositioning. Local eyes on Fonterra payout forecast
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25 May 15, 7:32am
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US core CPI rising; Yellen eyes rate rise; Greeks say they are insolvent; UK prepares to leave the EU; China wage rises drive productivity; huge Australian subsidies; NZ$1 = 73 US¢, TWI-5 = 77
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23 May 15, 7:04am
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Squirrel's John Bolton reports back from San Diego on what's keeping US financial markets heavyweights awake at night
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22 May 15, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; rate cuts for mortgages and term deposits, consumer confidence still high; Ngaphui agree to negotiate; NZD firms
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22 May 15, 3:56pm
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Bernard's Top 10: 'An incredible orgy of spending' (on art); The weight of (China's) money is coming; Don't worry about the robots; Clarke and Dawe on tit for tat politics; Dilbert
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22 May 15, 11:26am
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Labour's Andrew Little says rising cost of NZ Super 'scares the bejeesus out of me'; says unfair that those working over 65 get NZ Super when asked about means testing; but still committed to 65 retirement age
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22 May 15, 8:09am
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Markets need to be sceptical of Budget forecasts. Eyes on Yellen; her views may see Treasury yields to climb back toward 2.30%
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22 May 15, 7:29am
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American TPPA progress; US home sales fall, as do jobless claims; US, EU factories expand, China contracts; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; NZ$1 = 73.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.8
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21 May 15, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; new migrant peak, high visitor numbers from China, restrained credit card spending at home, FMA and SFO in new probe, swap rates down
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21 May 15, 2:33pm
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Terry Baucher finds a few surprises in Budget 2015 around Working For Families Tax credits, KiwiSaver and a brand new levy on tourists
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21 May 15, 2:09pm
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Elizabeth Kerr digs through the detail of Budget 2015 to find beneficiaries, working families and pets are the winners, while tourists and KiwiSavers are the losers
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