TPPA

22 Feb 16, 3:05pm
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Roger J Kerr says with the exit of financial players from commodity markets, pricing is likely to return to the fundamentals of physical supply and demand
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15 Feb 16, 1:00pm
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Roger J Kerr says we have finally seen early signs of a supply response in three markets that have a direct impact on the value and directions of the NZ dollar
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9 Feb 16, 9:50am
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Roger J Kerr says the next important local piece in 'the Kiwi dollar jig-saw' will be the CPI inflation in mid-April
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1 Feb 16, 8:47am
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Roger J Kerr sees the Kiwi dollar again resilient to a barrage of negative news
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25 Jan 16, 12:48pm
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Roger J Kerr says our currency has 'weathered the storm' well
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18 Jan 16, 11:50am
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Roger J Kerr sees our currency remaining 'broadly' in the mid-US 65 cents range this year
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22 Dec 15, 5:02am
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Roger J Kerr says the RBNZ might have been better advised to not cut the OCR and preserve some bullets for when they might be really needed in the New Year
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14 Dec 15, 12:46pm
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Roger J Kerr says the foreign exchange markets are looking further ahead than the Reserve Bank's interest rate cut
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7 Dec 15, 9:07am
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Roger J Kerr says all the buying interest in the New Zealand dollar may have occurred ahead of this week's interest rate decision from the RBNZ
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30 Nov 15, 9:39am
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Roger J Kerr says December's currency movements will be all about two key central bank interest rate decisions
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23 Nov 15, 12:07pm
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Roger J Kerr says if early next month the NZD/USD exchange rate is around 0.6500 and whole milk powder prices near to US$2,200/MT then the RBNZ will be justified in holding off from any further OCR interest rate reductions
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16 Nov 15, 10:37am
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Roger J Kerr says it was speculative betting that pushed the NZ dollar up against its trans-Tasman counterpart
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13 Nov 15, 10:02am
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Edward Miller on coal’s terminal decline, climate change & poverty, global growth, a John Key smell test, Greek workers let down, Dilbert & more
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9 Nov 15, 11:45am
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Roger J Kerr says the rising US currency on the back of stronger employment figures can be no major surprise
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2 Nov 15, 11:31am
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Roger J Kerr says the NZ economy and rugby nation are humming – so why would the currency depreciate?
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27 Oct 15, 12:58pm
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Roger J Kerr says higher inflation and a stable NZD/USD rate around 0.6500 to 0.6800 may well result in the Reserve Bank ruling out of further interest rate cuts
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19 Oct 15, 1:20pm
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Roger J Kerr says 'the charts' provide clear blue sky for the NZ dollar to climb all the way up to 0.7000, but it does feel that the appreciation from 0.6250 to 0.6800 has been too far, too fast
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19 Oct 15, 8:52am
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The New Zealand Initiative’s Jason Krupp argues that councils should be debating TPPA
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12 Oct 15, 9:50am
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Roger J Kerr says the the doomsday merchants on the NZ economy have been exposed to be well wide of the mark with their views
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11 Oct 15, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey argues the TPP's proponents should not be surprised by the ungrateful response, but that luckily, it was a bullet dodged rather than the free trade triumph
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6 Oct 15, 6:51pm
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NZIER's John Ballingall says it is the long term impacts from the TPP that will matter more than the short-term gains
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6 Oct 15, 7:50am
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TPP deal finally done; PM says deal eliminates tariffs for 93% of NZ exports to US, Japan, Canada, Mexico and Peru; Dairy companies disappointed with deal; Beef tariffs removed; drug costs to rise
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6 Aug 15, 11:02am
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Keith Woodford says 'big' is not always beautiful if you are 'small'. Here are his concerns
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6 Aug 15, 10:21am
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Keith Cooper is dismayed at the poor understanding of how tariff reduction works. He is also a red meat farmer who is concerned about the TPPA focus on dairy
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30 Jun 15, 11:00am
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Tim Groser: The future of global trade: US and NZ as partners in the Asia Pacific: Completing the TPP negotiation
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