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27 May 16, 10:00am
Oliver Hartwich on going to France if you want to work less, Don Brash's take on monetary policy when inflation won't budge, the economics of love, Vietnam's openness to the free market & more
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27 May 16, 8:19am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 27, 2016
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27 May 16, 8:08am
Investors finding US bonds more attractive than European or Japanese equivalents; NZ yields fall as Fonterra annnounces lower than expected milk price forecast; NZ government cuts bond issuance program
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27 May 16, 8:06am
Trump closer to being President; Fed talks up rate rise "fairly soon"; first global code of conduct for FX calls for info sharing; US pending home sales hit 10-yr high; UST 10yr yield 1.84%; oil tips over US$50, gold higher; NZ$1 = 67.5 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.5
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27 May 16, 8:02am
Kiwi dollar sold off as Fonterra's opening milk price estimate comes in below expectations; NZD selling ceased on back of no-frills budget from government; oil price breaks through $50/bbl barrier
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26 May 16, 7:41pm
New official Reserve Bank figures definitively show that investors accounted for nearly 46% of all mortgage monies advanced in Auckland last month
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26 May 16, 4:07pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Few Budget handouts, big price rises for smokers; More bad news for dairy farmers; Tax Freedom Day; NZD falls
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26 May 16, 3:45pm
Our compilation of some of the key business, economic and political comment made in response to the 2016 Budget
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26 May 16, 3:45pm
Terry Baucher says IRD's new computer system is a winner and smokers and carbon emitters are the losers in an underwhelming Budget
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26 May 16, 3:39pm
Budget 2016 - Summary of all tax collections
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26 May 16, 3:02pm
Budget 2016 - Summary of all spending plans
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26 May 16, 2:14pm
Elizabeth Kerr looks deep inside Budget 2016 to find...not much. There's big new taxes for smokers, but nothing for wage earners. IRD's computer builders are winners, but there's not much for housing
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26 May 16, 2:03pm
Govt sees NZ$0.7 bln OBEGAL surplus in 2016/17; rises to NZ$6.7 bln by 2019/20; NZDMO to borrow NZ$2bln less this year and repay NZ$9.2 bln of debt by 2020; NZSF contributions to restart 2 yrs earlier in 2020/21
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26 May 16, 12:02pm
Westpac NZ forced to repay Aussie parent NZ$500 mln over five years
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26 May 16, 11:04am
Siah Hwee Ang says it’s time for a more targeted approach to international partnerships
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26 May 16, 9:56am
AMP's Blair Vernon warns the dwindling numbers of financial advisers is a problem NZ will sit with for decades
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26 May 16, 8:47am
Fonterra leaves current season forecast price at $3.90; expects improvement in market conditions over new season but urges farmers to be cautious
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26 May 16, 8:06am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 26, 2016
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26 May 16, 7:51am
WTO red flags costs of Brexit; global watchdog warns regulators don't have a grip on shadow banks; Fed President calls for looser regulation of small US banks; UST 10yr yield 1.85%; oil up, gold lower; NZ$1 = 67.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.8
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26 May 16, 7:28am
US yields hold firm; odds of Fed hike in June drifting higher; local focus turns to budget and bond issuance program
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