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14 Jul 17, 8:19am
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A property market slowdown mixed with rising interest rates is a cocktail that'll become lethal if the next government clamps down on migration, says Infometrics
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13 Jul 17, 11:19am
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John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
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12 Jul 17, 9:18am
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John Ballingall says trade gives households more choice and makes budgets go further. It drives jobs and productivity, even if it does challenge uncompetitive industries
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11 Jul 17, 10:28am
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Government shares out $1 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund among five councils - mostly in the top half of the North Island
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11 Jul 17, 9:06am
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The Co-operative Bank says CFO Gareth Fleming is leaving after 10 years at the bank; Fleming recently acted as CEO
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11 Jul 17, 9:03am
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The Co-operative Bank says it is excited to be offering a new way for its customers to pay online as quickly and easily as possible
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11 Jul 17, 9:00am
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Trade is getting a bad rap but the concerns relate to other matters, other countries. New Zealand households benefit greatly from liberalised trade says John Ballingall, and the story needs champions
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7 Jul 17, 4:31pm
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NZBA tells RBNZ to consider the macroeconomic costs of higher capital & demands certainty that capital instruments on issue still meet requirements in its opening salvo on the RBNZ's capital review
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6 Jul 17, 9:55am
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Helpful clarifications seen by law firm in Commerce Commission's finalised Consumer Credit Fees Guidelines
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5 Jul 17, 2:06pm
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Brian Fallow talks to The Opportunities Party's leader Gareth Morgan about his policies and where his votes might come from
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5 Jul 17, 11:13am
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Green Party says would prioritise light rail from Auckland CBD to airport for 2021; Would look to partially fund it through land value capture
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4 Jul 17, 6:42am
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Siah Hwee Ang outlines China's plans to transform itself into a major innovation centre in manufacturing by 2025
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3 Jul 17, 3:27pm
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Commerce Commission's consumer credit fees guidance calls for 'reasonable' fees not used to generate profits or recover costs, but doesn't limit interest rates as long as they're disclosed and not 'oppressively high'
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2 Jul 17, 8:41am
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Has the Government's Welcome Home Loan scheme under-performed because of banks' relaxed credit policies?
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1 Jul 17, 11:47am
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When President Trump pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, many assumed that the mega-regional trade deal was dead. But Koichi Hamada says such assumptions may have been premature
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30 Jun 17, 10:57am
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Yu Yongding says China is confronting the macroeconomic challenge of over-capacity deflation. Curbing excessive government and corporate debt which brought a credit rating downgrade is a second-rank problem deflected by a very high savings rate
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28 Jun 17, 7:47am
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Big 4 New Zealand banks still near the top of the international profit heap, despite a little belt tightening last year
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26 Jun 17, 10:00am
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South Australian bank levy on the parents of NZ's big 4 banks ratchets up the political risk facing the big Aussie banks, Deutsche Bank analysts say
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23 Jun 17, 3:42pm
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Total combined assets of SBS Bank, The Co-operative Bank and TSB Bank push past $13 billion as strong residential mortgage lending growth continues
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23 Jun 17, 12:02pm
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Benn Steil and Emma Smith explore the main causes behind the rapid decline of the Chinese currency's global standing
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22 Jun 17, 9:35am
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Despite having 2 questions knocked back by a High Court judge, the Commerce Commission says it can get the answers it needs from the 3 questions allowed in its Harmoney CCCFA case
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21 Jun 17, 9:35am
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A credit card on the agenda at SBS Bank as home loans and consumer lending through Finance Now continue to surge
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20 Jun 17, 1:55pm
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BNZ chief financial officer Adrienne Duarte shifting to Melbourne to be CFO at the ex-GE personal finance business Latitude Financial Services
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20 Jun 17, 8:02am
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Siah Hwee Ang says China will continue knocking on the doors of western countries with its 'notorious' outward direct investment in search of good value
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15 Jun 17, 11:36am
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Adopting more conservative living expense assumptions and interest rate buffers sees Aussie parents of NZ's major banks tighten the screws on residential mortgage lending
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