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20 Feb 17, 7:32pm
Climate change could threaten the stability of the entire financial system, an Aussie banking regulator has warned, as it prepares to apply climate change "stress tests" to the nation's financial institutions
20 Feb 17, 4:23pm
Govt and fast-growing councils are in 'gritty talks' over use of $1bn housing infrastructure fund, PM English says; 'Councils don't seem to have projects ready to go'
20 Feb 17, 4:12pm
Financial advisers' disclosure requirements to be dealt with by regulation not legislation; Govt seeks to remain flexible on the matter
20 Feb 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; ASB offers a short special, service sector booming, producer inflation, no farm inflation, Heartland buys into online factor, swaps in bear steepening
20 Feb 17, 1:52pm
ANZ economists see risk of slower rate in consents for new dwellings in Auckland as escalating costs and capital constraints squeeze the market; 'hard to see price weakness extending too far'
20 Feb 17, 10:30am
Kiwibank says funding pressures, bank infrastructure spending and Kaikoura earthquake contribute to reduced $63 mln after-tax profit; net interest margin drops below 2%
20 Feb 17, 10:12am
ANZ NZ December quarter income and profit increase, cost of funds and expenses fall
20 Feb 17, 9:49am
Phil Goff convenes taskforce to address 'severe difficulties' caused by Auckland housing shortage
20 Feb 17, 9:38am
Labour's 'employment goal' for RBNZ monetary policy to remain open without specific nominal jobs target; Set to follow US example of not telling central bank which of price stability and employment goals to prioritise
20 Feb 17, 9:35am
NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp says low interest rates and high population growth are not to blame for spiralling house prices - try red tape
20 Feb 17, 9:14am
Roger J Kerr says the forces affecting the New Zealand dollar are evenly balanced
20 Feb 17, 9:05am
Roger J Kerr says the Government's inquiry into fuel profit margins seems more politically motivated than discovering a major rip-off from the fuel companies
20 Feb 17, 8:34am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, February 20, 2017
20 Feb 17, 8:16am
NZDUSD lower on weak PMI, retail sales numbers and a rising USD, unchanged against AUD; USD strengthens against all majors but Japan; GBP hurt by consecutive months of lower sales in January
20 Feb 17, 7:54am
Despite strong US data, yields have not pushed higher. Markets await Trump budget. NZ rates slip
20 Feb 17, 7:22am
US mulls alternatives; EU tells UK divorce first; more China stimulus; ANZ-AU cuts some credit card interest rates; UST 10yr yield at 2.42%; oil unchanged, gold up; NZ$1 = 71.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.3
20 Feb 17, 6:23am
ASB says confidence in the housing market is falling, particularly in Auckland and the North Island
19 Feb 17, 10:34am
Tony Karon says journalists should not fear being on the wrong side of power. On the contrary, that is exactly where they belong
19 Feb 17, 8:55am
Oliver Hartwich likes democracy but not elections because of the way they bring good governmnet to a halt. He wants to endure them less frequently
19 Feb 17, 7:31am
Credit rater says affordability pressures and tighter regulation will cap house price growth, and that relative home price expensiveness has deteriorated more in NZ than any other country
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