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12 Feb 16, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; food prices lower, equity markets fall, dairy futures weak, Aussie lending up, swap rates lower, NZD holds
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12 Feb 16, 7:41am
Risk appetite evaporates in rush for safe havens for capital holdings. Yellen says low oil prices and low inflation 'transitory'
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12 Feb 16, 7:10am
US jobless claims fall; Wall Street tanks; Sweden goes deeper negative; HSBC drops pay freeze; UST 10yr yield 1.63%; oil drops; gold leaps; NZ$1 = 66.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.1
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11 Feb 16, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Auckland house prices drop, Auckland winning diversity race, NIMBYs worried, linkers soft, factories and tourism humming, swaps fall
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11 Feb 16, 2:16pm
September 2035 Government inflation linked tender sees average weighted yield at 2.4%; lower demand reflection deterioration in global risk sentiment
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11 Feb 16, 8:04am
Markets price in rate cuts from RBA and RBNZ, hikes from US Fed; anaysts not so sure. Yellen's a 'balanced view'. Eyes on NZ PMI
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11 Feb 16, 7:29am
Yellen sees China risk but unmoved on policy hikes; China outflows gather pace; APRA and ASIC tackle bank culture; UST 10yr yield 1.73%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.6 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.1
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10 Feb 16, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; ASB posts record profit, CERA talks itself up, card spending stays high, Aussies confident, swaps rise, NZD volatile
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10 Feb 16, 1:55pm
HiFX's Dan Bell expects a 'very volatile year on all fronts' with RBNZ reluctance to cut the OCR propping the Kiwi dollar up
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10 Feb 16, 1:22pm
Westpac economists say the bottom of the fixed interest market is close but has not been reached yet; see inflation remaining below 1% till next year
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10 Feb 16, 11:48am
Bernard's Top 10: The problem with CoCos; Deutsche Bank's astonishingly high leverage; How long will China's currency reserves last?; The problem of China's unpaid migrant workers; Get rid of the big notes; Clarke and Dawe on Europe's debt crisis
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10 Feb 16, 7:55am
Global banking jitters; yields on Japanese bonds drop to zero; US wholesale inventories dip; UST 10yr yield 1.74%, oil sinks, gold up; NZ$1 = 66.5 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.0
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10 Feb 16, 7:39am
Even though yields worldwide keep falling, including in New Zealand, NZGB yields still appear attractive to international investors
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9 Feb 16, 7:41pm
English sees no need to change Policy Targets Agreement around inflation; says RBNZ not trying to shift goal-posts; says happy to see debate over measuring inflation and targeting inflation, but no plans for change now
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9 Feb 16, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; RaboDirect cuts TD rates, Truckometer takes a breather, markets slump, swap rates do the same, NZD holds
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9 Feb 16, 9:08am
Roger J Kerr has no problem with the RBNZ reminding everyone that the markets’ interpretation of monetary policy intentions or settings is sometimes off beam and not helpful to what the RBNZ is trying to do
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9 Feb 16, 8:13am
Sharp widening in credit spreads after markets rush to safety as financials and cyclical sectors feel the pressure. Markets price just one cut in 2016
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9 Feb 16, 7:20am
US wage growth rises, inflation expectations fall; markets tumble; India shines; Aussie traders investigated; UST 10yr yield 1.78%, CDS spreads leap; oil down, gold jumps; NZ$1 = 66.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.1
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6 Feb 16, 12:02pm
Chris Green responds to the RBNZ's criticism of 'some commentators advocating mechanistic rate cuts'; says RBNZ seeing inflationary ghosts and has systematic upward bias; ignoring rise in real interest rates and tightening relative to other central banks
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5 Feb 16, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; big dairy lender goes bearish, commercial building activity jumps, optimists in Australia, NZD slips
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