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29 Sep 17, 10:02am
ANZ's Cameron Bagrie suggests the RBNZ may start easing its LVR restrictions from mid-2018, sees concerns for residential property developers & competition for deposits easing
29 Sep 17, 9:54am
National and the Greens have policy fit in some areas, including Climate Change, National’s Paula Bennett says; Would like to talk, but says the Greens don’t look up for it
29 Sep 17, 7:37am
US growth revised up; US household incomes rise in fairer way; China's C/A surplus holds, EU confidence upbeat; NZ improves competitiveness; UST 10yr yield at 2.31%; oil unchanged, gold drops; NZ$1 = 72.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.9
28 Sep 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; no rate changes, joblessness, A2 Milk gets important tick, apartment sales dry up, NZSF stars, swap rates firm, NZD slips against USD
28 Sep 17, 11:43am
NZ First's Winston Peters warns of global risks facing the NZ economy; Says something will go wrong at some point, and we had better be prepared; Are there any clues as to which way he might go?
28 Sep 17, 10:39am
For those who like the raw numbers, here is a summary of the 2017 election votes counted and preliminary seats won, compared with other recent general elections
28 Sep 17, 7:39am
US proposes big tax cuts; durable goods orders strong, US house sales weak; China limits Beijing population; Aussie crane volumes high, population growth strong; UST 10yr yield at 2.31%; oil and gold slip; NZ$1 = 72.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 75
28 Sep 17, 5:38am
We review the mortgage market post election and in the middle of the Spring selling season, one characterised by limp demand and quiet activity. Good mortgage rate deals may be available
27 Sep 17, 4:32pm
Winston Peters says there are 9 possible outcomes based on election night and will wait until 7 October special votes are in before further comments; Options are understood to include issue-by-issue minority govt situation
27 Sep 17, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; no rate changes, no risk premium, negative productivity, pipeline flows, Sydney construction boom, China profit surge, swaps and NZD stable
27 Sep 17, 8:46am
Alex Tarrant looks at how some of National and Labour's policies fit with NZ First's; It leaves him wondering whether Peters is more likely to go with the Nats due to 'headline potential'
27 Sep 17, 7:29am
US confidence falls, home sales drop; Yellen warns of imprudence from low rates; China censorship grows; RBA sees irresponsible borrowers; BHP bullish; UST 10yr yield at 2.24%; oil and gold slip; NZ$1 = 72 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.5
26 Sep 17, 4:31pm
Labour Party puts front bench to work on policy comparisons; Ardern and Davis to lead on talks with Winston Peters; Separate talks to be held with the Greens
26 Sep 17, 4:18pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Tuesday; Auckland Airport fuel allocations increased to 80%; Businesses more cautious; August trade deficit $1.2b; Lawyer sentenced for fraud; Topshop's NZ stores closing; NZD down
26 Sep 17, 12:48pm
National leader Bill English not giving much away ahead of talks with New Zealand First 'to show the respect to Mr Peters'; Plays down Super saga leak speculation
26 Sep 17, 8:12am
NZD and euro impacted by uncertainty of how NZ and German governments will look; Chinese authorities ban home sales shortly after purchase; US/North Korean war of words escalates; UST 10yr yield at 2.23%; oil & gold up; NZ$1 = 72.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 75.1
25 Sep 17, 5:05pm
Labour leader Ardern opens up on common ground with NZ First; Cites shifting Ports of Auckland alongside tertiary education & forestry; Says Labour would stick to govt spending and debt track rules; Might shift on water tax
25 Sep 17, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Monday; Marsden Point pipeline update; Moody's on the election; RBNZ on insurers; highest paid NZ CEO; local rates and NZD lower
25 Sep 17, 8:17am
NZD expected to rise modestly on market-open; Peters to create uncertainty; Angela Merkel to stay but support for anti-immigration party surges; Moody's downgrades UK credit rating; UST 10yr yield at 2.25%; oil, gold stable; NZ$1 = 73.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 75.5
25 Sep 17, 6:48am
National and Labour make opening offers to Peters; Nats talks up regional development, while Labour touts hands-on economic management as attractive to Peters; 15% of votes still to be counted


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