Rural

17 Apr 15, 1:48pm
Federated Farmer president lays out how his vision for farming issues will play out in the future, both globally and locally
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16 Apr 15, 3:00pm
Peter Weblin says the log market faces significantly different conditions where the export sector is facing weak demand and the domestic sector facing strong demand
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16 Apr 15, 9:04am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction results indicate this years payout still at risk
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16 Apr 15, 7:20am
Fed believes US economy healthy; factory output stumbles; S&P downgrades Greece; China growth slows; dairy prices still falling; oil and gold jump, NZ$1 = 76 US¢, TWI = 81.1
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15 Apr 15, 12:01pm
Allan Barber sees little sign of enthusiasm among the meat processors for taking up MIE report recommendations
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15 Apr 15, 7:31am
US retails sales jump, but SME confidence falls; IMF sees growth but risks; India stars; El Niño warning; UST 10yr yields fall; NZ$1 = 75.2 US¢, TWI = 80.6
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14 Apr 15, 3:09pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Schedules lift for beef and lamb as procurement pressure builds
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14 Apr 15, 1:03pm
PM says Budget 2015 will include NZ$80 mln of new private sector R&D; extra NZ$244 mln in 7 new schools and 241 new classrooms
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14 Apr 15, 10:21am
Bernard Hickey looks at how to think about whether to fix or float, how long to fix and what the Reserve Bank may do about house prices
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14 Apr 15, 7:27am
US budget deficit grows; China trade surplus slumps; Greece prepares to default; NZ Steel on the ropes; Aussie budget stress; NZ$1 = 74.4 US¢, TWI = 80.1
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14 Apr 15, 5:00am
Simon Park says NZ needs to recognise the people who can act as a catalyst to drive New Zealand’s engagement with Asia
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13 Apr 15, 9:45am
PM denies Auckland housing crisis or bubble; Not planning to reduce migration; says doing enough on supply; says 'many, many, many' affordable homes for sale
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13 Apr 15, 9:28am
Roger J Kerr says it is not acceptable to be caught with the consequences of a high NZD when there are hedging strategies and tools easily available
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13 Apr 15, 7:20am
China says AIIB will be graft-free; China inflation stable; German frustration with Greece grows; UST 10yr yields rise; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 75.4 US¢, TWI = 80.8
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10 Apr 15, 11:34am
British farmers in trouble, reports Allan Barber. Financial sustainability undermined by being forced to face global forces, threatening local 'food security'
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10 Apr 15, 7:33am
US labour markets stronger; Greece makes IMF repayment; France investigates HSBC; Moody's says NZ doing well; gold price falls; euro slumps; NZ$1 = 75.4 US¢, TWI = 80.8
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9 Apr 15, 11:43am
Bernard's Top 10: Auckland housing a 'property ponzi scheme'?; Will the workers ever unite again?; Peak steel demand in China; Andrew Niccol and the drones; Clarke and Dawe; Dilbert
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9 Apr 15, 7:27am
US Fed on track for rate hikes; Negative yields in euroland; Mexico's century bond; ATO audits tech multinationals; oil and gold drop; NZ$1 = 75.5 US¢, TWI = 80.5
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8 Apr 15, 1:08pm
Professor Ang pays tribute to Lee Kuan Yew and some of the 'amazing' achievements of Singapore
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8 Apr 15, 11:54am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Gloom returns to the market after a sharp decline in auction prices
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