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29 Jun 16, 4:19pm
Keith Woodford says shocks can resolve themselves if there is underlying strength. But our underlying position on WMP is no longer a strength and that needs to change fast
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29 Jun 16, 4:02pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; ASB hikes variable mortgage rate, FMA warns on commissions behaviour, online retail booms, KiwiSaver reminder, swaps up, NZD up
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29 Jun 16, 1:43pm
The Home Loan Affordability Reports have had a major makeover - what has changed and why we have changed the way we measure home loan affordability in New Zealand
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29 Jun 16, 1:43pm
Expanded Home Loan Affordability Reports show there is hope for first home buyers in Auckland but they still face tough choices
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29 Jun 16, 12:43pm
RBNZ says continuation of non-Auckland house price rises could be a 'challenge' for macro-prudential policy; signals softer approach to inflation targeting
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29 Jun 16, 12:18pm
George Friedman argues the European Union, not Britain, is the weaker player after the Brexit vote
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29 Jun 16, 11:36am
FMA warns commissions paid to financial advisers risk bumping up the price of life insurance; Goldsmith remains adamant commissions won't be banned
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29 Jun 16, 11:28am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Managers surprisingly upbeat amid tough global dairy market conditions as northern farms get ready for early calving
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29 Jun 16, 11:03am
Reserve Bank to reassess its definition of systemically important banks after mulling dual registration for non-systemic overseas controlled banks
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29 Jun 16, 10:18am
Andrew Cornell says the worst case Brexit knock-on effect for the global economy and banking industry would be a large-scale retraction of globalisation and a retreat into simplistic nationalism
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29 Jun 16, 9:35am
William Rolleston's address to the Federated Farmers of NZ National Council - June 2016
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29 Jun 16, 8:49am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy urges small business owners to make use of a suggestion box in the TPPA's SME chapter
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29 Jun 16, 8:20am
This is where we note various pieces of data, and other selected and topical items of interest as they arrive in our inbox
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29 Jun 16, 8:08am
Risk assets bounce back; German won't let Britain cherry pick the most beneficial parts of EU membership; NZD & AUD strengthen in tandem
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29 Jun 16, 7:53am
Markets take a less risk-averse tone. They even reduce their bets that the RBNZ will cut again. Credit spreads narrow
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29 Jun 16, 7:19am
US data improves, consumers more confident; VW gets NZ$20 bln penalty; Italy readies a huge bank bailout; UST 10yr yield at 1.46%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 70.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.2
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29 Jun 16, 5:03am
NZ's big four banks more profitable than banks from a range of countries surveyed by the Bank for International Settlements
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28 Jun 16, 6:06pm
ASB pushes through a +10 bps hike in its floating mortgage rate, even though swap rates and credit spreads don't indicate any funding cost increases
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28 Jun 16, 4:25pm
The Sheep, Deer and Cattle Report: Brexit and the Shanghai Mayling deal will both be significant influences for the future of meat and wool
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28 Jun 16, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; mortgage rates inch up, equities lower, gold down, cheaper electricity, 1-5 swap curve dives lower, NZD active but unchanged
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