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Stephen Hulme 90 seconds at 9 am: Growing credit risks
steven Disruption on the road ahead
Id almost suspect having been unable to get most of NZ up off its feet after 2008 this Govn is grasping at...steven Disruption on the road ahead
A challenge for you DC watch this and critique it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zS5nSTkUX1A The thing is...steven Disruption on the road ahead
With communications now so cheap in some ways de-centralising a govn dept en-mass to boost local employment...steven 'Don't shackle Auckland'
The bulk of the Waterview tunnel should not be seen to be transport expenditure. It should be seen to be a...Uninterested Disruption on the road ahead
I think the cost of repairs is relevant because I have seen supposedly cheapie leaky apartments going through...nzcoolie Apartment triples in value in 3 years
Greg, please ignore the moaning comments above. Too many people on interest.co.nz don't like to see...Your Landlord Apartment triples in value in 3 years
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Chris-M Key trumpets 10 deals with China
Zombie ponzi KiwiSaver is failing
Zombie ponzi Methinks they doth protest too much
Basel Brush III Amazingly disastrous Auckland
Machiavelli Another Sandringham house sells for $1.7m
waymad House prices, volumes up in October
Simon LVR restrictions on borrowed time?
Taxman Interest only mortgages, the new high LVR loans?
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Yes. The price of crude oil globally is falling so this means the price has to naturally go below $2 at the pump.
52% (150 votes)
No. The oil companies won't let it drop that low.
24% (69 votes)
No. When you take into account the various taxes and duties the price of oil has to drop even further to warrant a sub $2 price at the pump and that is not going to happen.
19% (54 votes)
No. The oil price has bottomed.
6% (16 votes)
Total voters: 289