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28 Sep 16, 4:43pm
Auckland building consents could be delayed as appeals against the new Unitary Plan grind their way through the courts
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28 Sep 16, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, housing loan approvals slip, confidence up, the Auckland squeeze, China a tiny investor here, swap rates dip, NZD stable
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28 Sep 16, 3:00pm
New research indicates 484,000 people plan to get involved in the housing market in the next 12 months - with most would-be buyers
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28 Sep 16, 1:54pm
AUT Professor says the Government can't rely on the private sector to develop affordable housing in Auckland and will need to do it itself
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28 Sep 16, 10:26am
The Weekly Dairy Report: The silage harvest starts in the north as managers prepare cows for mating
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28 Sep 16, 9:55am
Green Party says decision not to enter a candidate in a Mt Roskill by-election is to try and help prevent National winning
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28 Sep 16, 8:56am
It's not just the low paid who are being squeezed out of Auckland's housing market, its affecting middle income earners too
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28 Sep 16, 8:54am
Currencies markets saw a Clinton win in debate #1 and cross rates adjusted accordingly. US consumer confidence rises
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28 Sep 16, 8:06am
US yield curve flattens with global forces supporting US bond market. NZG 10yr bonds record large price gain in past 5 days
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28 Sep 16, 7:28am
WTO & IMF warn on world trade pullbacks; China's economy may have turned a corner; China profits up, foreign debt up, tourism spurts; UST 10yr yield at 1.56%; oil and gold drop; NZ$1 = 73 US¢, TWI-5 = 76
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28 Sep 16, 6:36am
Pollsters Roy Morgan says National Party support is at its lowest level since before 2013 election; now behind potential Labour/ Greens Alliance
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27 Sep 16, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; silent slippage, a $30 bln tide, a new RBNZ chairman, NZX Futures backtracks, Chinese frenzy, swaps unchanged, NZD stable
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27 Sep 16, 3:14pm
Banks pull back their headline term deposit offers to shorter terms. Savers scramble over minor differences. Some PIE funds give a little bit extra
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27 Sep 16, 2:51pm
Commerce Commission flags concerns over spike in finance company complaints despite new consumer credit laws being introduced
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27 Sep 16, 2:32pm
BoJ pledges to overshoot inflation target; US Fed kicks rate hike can down the road again; dovish RBNZ statement opens door for further easing
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27 Sep 16, 12:42pm
ANZ NZ in €1 billion (about NZ$1.55 billion) seven-year covered bond issue
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27 Sep 16, 12:26pm
Plot thickens around suspicious offshore controlled NZ company that appears to have used an ANZ NZ bank account in a pyramid scheme
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27 Sep 16, 11:49am
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Beef market goes off the boil but deer farmers worry the venison market will get overheated
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27 Sep 16, 10:03am
Siah Hwee Ang says New Zealand companies need to take more time analysing both the potential of Asian markets and the competition
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27 Sep 16, 9:50am
Neil Quigley to succeed Rod Carr as Reserve Bank chairman, overseeing the monitoring of Governor Graeme Wheeler and the central bank's performance on behalf of Minister of Finance Bill English
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