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27 May 15, 1:02am
NZIER bucks trend of major bank economists, saying the RBNZ has no choice but to keep the OCR stable for another two years
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26 May 15, 5:15pm
A plethora of cool sounding companies are raising money from the public, but is crowdfunding the new wild west for investors?
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26 May 15, 4:01pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; worse trade deficit, more irrigation, high LVR investor lending grows, Convention Centre ok, most people 'satisfied'
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26 May 15, 3:28pm
Profit rise at HSBC NZ, but home loan book shrinks slightly
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26 May 15, 3:22pm
Rural lender Rabobank NZ lifts profit, grows lending slightly below system
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26 May 15, 3:11pm
Higher premium prices and lower claim payouts fail to cover Tower for Canterbury quake claims cost blowout
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26 May 15, 2:13pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Winter arrives as meat schedules stay flat or ease with only wool on the up
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26 May 15, 1:52pm
Recent data not strong enough to support rate hike in US; China trying to manage the downturn; Chinese stimulus measures boost local market, has the markings of a bubble
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26 May 15, 1:18pm
Finance Minister says he hasn't heard young people being worried about NZ Super affordability; Only Labour seems worried; Says 57% increase in SuperGold Card transport subsidies fair; may go on Waiheke trips
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26 May 15, 11:35am
Dave Grimmond likes the Budget 2015 drive to tackle child poverty by focusing resources on those under 6 to try and head off later costly interventions
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26 May 15, 11:01am
Five Auckland properties sold for less than $1m at last week's Bayleys auctions, most well above that
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26 May 15, 8:31am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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26 May 15, 8:21am
Despite financial market holidays, Greece talks down to wire with internal pressure high. Eyes on NZ trade data, expecting weakness
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26 May 15, 8:12am
US Fed signals prime markets for coming US rate hikes. Eyes on many US data releases tomorrow
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26 May 15, 7:30am
China cuts import duties; Japan exports more to the US; Australia pressed by China; Panama Canal volumes low; NZ$1 = 73.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.2
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25 May 15, 9:38pm
PM rejects Andrew Little's claim the Government is being irresponsible by refusing to acknowledge issue with affordability of NZ Super or allow a debate
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25 May 15, 8:45pm
Positive news in lead up to New Zealand Budget helps National Government support jump to 54% - highest since October 2011
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25 May 15, 4:43pm
Catherine Leining makes the case for not following but doing ourselves what the major economies should be doing: major transformational change to using less carbon
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25 May 15, 4:01pm
Mixed quarterly moves for Westpac NZ's net interest income and cost-to-income ratio
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25 May 15, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; UFB kick along, 10yr passports return, key TPPA vote, Tauranga's huge university project, swap rates and NZD unchanged
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The trade balance is the difference between the value of exports, and the value of imports.

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