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7 Jul 15, 7:18am
China markets 'bounce' on support, but still very uncertain; screws tighten on Greece; economic data positive but drowned; UST 10yr yield 2.32%; oil sinks; NZ$1 = 66.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.2
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7 Jul 15, 5:03am
Elizabeth Kerr questions the morality of using the same manipulative tactics as used by one-day-deal websites to sell her old stuff on Trade Me
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6 Jul 15, 5:44pm
HiFX's Dan Bell says NZ dollar may continue falling, potentially to around US60c, given global, and domestic issues driving it
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6 Jul 15, 5:09pm
PM John Key says open to loosening Budget purse strings with infrastructure spending if economy slowed back to 2009 levels, but growth still robust and no current need for fiscal response
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6 Jul 15, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; rate cuts keep coming, Treasury upbeat, EQC cover changes proposed, offshore markets reacting to China and Greece, swap rates fall
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6 Jul 15, 3:25pm
Treasury Secretary says NZ well placed to cope with turbulence from Greece and China; Christchurch rebuild still strong; Tourism growing fast; Banks supporting dairy farmers; Focus in Auckland on housing supply
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6 Jul 15, 2:40pm
Prices ranged from $48,000 for a Tokoroa cottage to $3.315m for a Remmers pad at last week's Bayleys auctions
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6 Jul 15, 2:36pm
BNZ thinks house prices will keep going up but not in Christchurch
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6 Jul 15, 1:17pm
Govt proposing to double the amount it'll contribute towards paying for homes damaged by natural disasters, but scrap EQC contents cover and some land cover
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6 Jul 15, 1:01pm
Citi analysts argue over 15yrs the big banks' wealth management vision 'has not eventuated,' advocate major change
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6 Jul 15, 10:15am
Net yields at the latest Bayleys commercial property auction dropped as low as 3.3%
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6 Jul 15, 10:06am
'Eligible' investors in Hanover Group to get $18m after FMA settlement with the failed finance company's former directors
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6 Jul 15, 10:02am
Adam Weaver says talking about Chinese travellers seems to take precedence over talking with them
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6 Jul 15, 9:25am
The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp points out that that the introduction of new technology is almost always irreversible
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6 Jul 15, 8:59am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, July 6, 2015
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6 Jul 15, 8:07am
China’s equities rout hits the Aussie. Greek 'no' vote sets up uncertainty and protracted negotiation for the euro. Risks rise all round
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6 Jul 15, 7:59am
Expect safe haven demand to rise for US and German bonds. Eyes on tomorrow's QSBO
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6 Jul 15, 7:06am
China braces for extreme financial test, officials rush in emergency support; Greeks vote 'No', Grexit more likely; yields fall; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.1
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5 Jul 15, 5:00pm
Keith Woodford assesses the major developments in Australia as A2 milk pushes into the big leagues, with a 'huge irony' that this opportunity has passed NZ and Fonterra by
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5 Jul 15, 1:03pm
Allan Barber questions the reliability of the compulsory tagging of cattle and deer with officially approved RFID tags
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