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3 Sep 15, 10:37am
New listings way up but prices and the number of homes being sold dip slightly for Barfoot & Thompson
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3 Sep 15, 10:14am
Number of apartments being auctioned doubles as investors decide to turn capital gains into cash
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3 Sep 15, 9:13am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, September 3, 2015
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3 Sep 15, 8:55am
David Hargreaves says the Reserve Bank should be holding scheduled reviews of interest rates more frequently - not less
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3 Sep 15, 8:48am
Investors grow increasingly wary of China equities state 'support'. Soggy AU Q2 result hurts AUD. NZD holds up with USD
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3 Sep 15, 8:20am
US yields drift higher as risk fades despite lacklustre data. NZ rates drift higher ahead of next week's RBNZ MPS
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3 Sep 15, 7:28am
Fed sees relatively strong US economy, productivity jumps; Australia sees weak economy; Airfreight shipments fall from China; UST 10yr yield 2.17%; gold lower; NZ$1 = 63.6 US¢, TWI-5 = 68.2
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3 Sep 15, 5:00am
Raising equity on crowd funding platforms got very difficult in August; only two of four offers succeeded, only one would have made the promoter happy
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3 Sep 15, 5:00am
Treasury looks at how the devaluation of the Chinese yuan may affect New Zealand, along with the impact of Chinese share market turmoil
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2 Sep 15, 5:02pm
About 100 entities have either been removed from, or prevented from registering on, the Financial Service Providers Register by the Financial Markets Authority
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2 Sep 15, 4:13pm
Minister Nick Smith proposes buildings with unreinforced masonry must be assessed and strengthened twice as quickly as other buildings
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2 Sep 15, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; dairy prices jump, AU growth slows, mortgage approvals strong, double deckers coming, swap rates rise, NZD holds
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2 Sep 15, 2:01pm
Oliver Hartwich argues 'democracy' operates quite differently in the EU, subservient to the goals of the European elites & voters are disengaged
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2 Sep 15, 1:33pm
IAG NZ chief executive Jacki Johnson on ensuring migrants have insurance, facing new competition, getting support from Australia to pay quake claims, and the future of EQC
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2 Sep 15, 11:08am
Keith Woodford identifies China’s two economies and assesses what that means for New Zealand’s agri-food sector
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2 Sep 15, 10:56am
Martien Lubberink on to bail-in or not to bail-in, empty shelves and fire sales in Greece, Dilbert & more
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2 Sep 15, 10:40am
Department of Internal Affairs warns Jin Yuan Finance Ltd over lack of adequate compliance with anti-money laundering law
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2 Sep 15, 10:20am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Second auction price lift in a row gives farmers hope the turnaround has begun
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2 Sep 15, 10:14am
A further $17.2 billion of Chinese money is expected to start pouring into the New Zealand property market as the Chinese government changes its rules on overseas investment
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2 Sep 15, 10:09am
A home unit in Pukekohe sells for $385,000 and an earthquake damaged house in Christchurch fetches $131,000 at Harcourts latest auctions
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