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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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27 Sep 16, 8:16am
Kiwi dollar up across the board; investors nervous ahead of Clinton & Trump debate; Yen still one of the cheapest currencies; GBP reaches new low
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27 Sep 16, 8:16am
US Treasury yields drift lower as Bank of Japan's new policy focus suppresses yields world-wide. Yields for NZ bonds fall too
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27 Sep 16, 7:30am
US new home sales falter; Wall Street dips before debate; China regulator warns banks, raises o/n Shibor; Australia housing market cools; UST 10yr yield at 1.58%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 72.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 75.8
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26 Sep 16, 6:28pm
New Motu study finds spending on ‘intangibles’ fosters firm growth but doesn’t boost productivity
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26 Sep 16, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday: Workers more confident; blowout trade deficit; 12% of new lending to first home buyers; bank removes sales incentives & soggy start to week for Asian shares
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26 Sep 16, 3:34pm
New Reserve Bank figures show marked slowing of new lending to housing investors
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26 Sep 16, 1:51pm
Latest auction results from Bayleys: Prices started at $545,000 in Auckland, $295,000 in Hawkes Bay.
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26 Sep 16, 12:57pm
Roger J Kerr says it's quite possible the Kiwi dollar will drop to below US70c in coming weeks
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26 Sep 16, 12:40pm
Roger J Kerr questions how the Reserve Bank can keep missing its inflation target with no apparent ramifications
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26 Sep 16, 11:26am
The Government needs to get involved in helping to provide a level playing field for entrants into the housing market
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26 Sep 16, 8:54am
NZ 10-year bond yield down under 2.4%; swap curve rally not as strong as bonds; US treasuries in consolidation mode
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26 Sep 16, 8:34am
Strong downward movements in NZD/AUD; NZD decline resulting from RBNZ statement; UK may leave EU sooner than many assume
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26 Sep 16, 8:06am
Further restrictions put on property buyers in China; Wall Street awaits first US presidential debate; Credit cards introduced to Iran; US and European PMIs soft; UST 10yr yield at 1.62%; oil down, gold stable, NZ$1 = 72.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 75.5
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26 Sep 16, 5:01am
Banks are copping flak for shutting branches, but in a cold, hard business sense they could be closing more of them, Gareth Vaughan argues
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26 Sep 16, 5:01am
Jason Krupp argues a back-to-basics approach is more important than fads when it comes to regional economic development
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25 Sep 16, 10:26pm
Country's biggest house builder says Auckland housing crisis requires major Government investment to fund housing, infrastructure; also calls for Council action and for MUDs to be considered; Housing NZ sees scope for 30,000 new Auckland homes
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25 Sep 16, 9:53pm
Labour challenges Key view that "virtually 100%" of building consents turn into actual houses; Twyford cites Statistics NZ estimates of new dwellings being 800 a month or 13% lower than dwelling consents since 2014; Smith insists almost all will be built
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25 Sep 16, 5:02am
Kiwis born since 1985 have largely missed out on the explosive gains in wealth and higher incomes seen since then. Now they are being set up to pay for baby-boomers' retirement without a big enough NZ Super Fund to help them, Bernard Hickey writes
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