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29 Jun 17, 8:20am
Cadbury, DLA Piper and Maersk among those affected by cyber attack; BoC and BoE talk up rate hikes; Italian bank bailout sparks waves; US home sales disappoint; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; oil up, gold stable, iron ore up; NZ$1 = 73.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.0
29 Jun 17, 8:16am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, June 29, 2017
29 Jun 17, 7:57am
German bonds trade in a wide range as markets decipher ECB policy; US Treasuries followed gyrations in German rates; local rates were up following previous day's offshore move
29 Jun 17, 7:49am
Central bankers outling a more positive tone and signalling removal of monetary accommodation, supported the CAD, EUR and GBP; NZD still trading around 0.7300 USD; AUD remains supported by commodity prices
28 Jun 17, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; property investors pull back; insulation grants extended; fewer farmers feel stressed; Australian broadcasters soar; Petya strikes; rates up; NZD lower
28 Jun 17, 1:07pm
The Weekly Dairy Report: Environmental plans may hinder future dairy expansion as managers look for other ways to increase production
28 Jun 17, 12:48pm
Tax cuts. Good, because the individual knows better? Or bad, because it means less available for central government services for all?
28 Jun 17, 11:41am
New Reserve Bank figures show the amount borrowed by investors for house purchases in May dropped by $1 billion compared with the same month a year ago
28 Jun 17, 8:38am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 28, 2017
28 Jun 17, 8:30am
Nick Smith blames Labour for Auckland's housing problems, says National introduced most generous FHB scheme in a generation; English skips around Barclay Affair & ACT defends our freedom to eat a medium-rare burger
28 Jun 17, 7:47am
Big 4 New Zealand banks still near the top of the international profit heap, despite a little belt tightening last year
28 Jun 17, 7:46am
NZDUSD continues to test the 0.7300 resistance level, now trading at 0.7280; US rates higer and curve steeper, this should translate to higher local rates today; EUR surges and German bonds rise on hawkish comments by Draghi, effects spill over to the GBP
28 Jun 17, 7:32am
US consumer confidence up; Yellen not expecting another GFC; another major ransomware attack; IMF downgrades the US; local govt debt risks rise in China; UST 10yr yield 2.20%; oil up but gold stays down; NZ$1 = 72.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.8
27 Jun 17, 4:22pm
NZD has performed well against the USD and AUD and currently trades at 0.7293 and 0.9596 respectively; USD supported by Fed policy to normalise interest rates despite soft data; commodity prices expected remain choppy
27 Jun 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Tuesday; TSB Bank trims TD rates, smaller trade surplus, comparing NZ with AU, swap rates unchanged, NZD firmer
27 Jun 17, 3:42pm
Suncorp's Vero to buy all of Tower's shares for $1.40 each pending shareholder and regulatory approval; Canadian giant outbid in battle for struggling insurer
27 Jun 17, 12:50pm
Andrew Little says he's happy when Winston Peters agrees with Labour policy (tourist GST for the regions); Not so keen on those more costly ideas, though (multi-billion student debt write-off)
27 Jun 17, 12:38pm
Police re-open investigation into National MP Todd Barclay; Development could allow English to shut up shop on discussing the matter; All eyes on how it will affect National's polling
27 Jun 17, 12:07pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Competition strong for winter prime stock as deer sector heralds success in developing new markets and product lines
27 Jun 17, 10:48am
Sales rates ranged from 11% to 53% at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions
27 Jun 17, 7:56am
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