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15 Oct 17, 7:43am
Free new tool launched by Auckland University that gives an economic estimate of the solar panel potential for most Auckland homes
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14 Oct 17, 7:55am
China's massive international infrastructure project will benefit the world much like the post-WWII Marshal Plan did for Europe, says Shang-Jin Wei. And the costs are not high for China, although the returns might be
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13 Oct 17, 10:02am
Motu on Nobel Prizes, discussions of MMP, feeding the world, a Pakistani teen's scientific first, how economics has a problem with women, solving the riddle of Kim Jong-un backwards and more
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11 Oct 17, 8:42am
The next US Fed chair could be Kevin Warsh. Fathom Consulting looks at the direction he is likely to want, and whether he could carry the FOMC with a much more hawkish stance
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10 Oct 17, 3:47pm
NZD trading at 0.7082 USD after being weighed down by election uncertainty, 0.7050 is the main support level and downside risks remain; downside risk also seen against the AUD as 0.9050 may be tested
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9 Oct 17, 2:22pm
Rabobank re-assesses the current Chinese dairy industry and their markets, seeing imports grow by +7% in 2018
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8 Oct 17, 6:02am
The Spinoff's Simon Wilson looks at where Phil Goff & Auckland are at a year into his mayoralty and finds the city needs money, and lots of it
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6 Oct 17, 1:47pm
Nikko Asset Management analysts say the Phillips Curve is outdated because workforces have less bargaining power, wage inflation is only for the lucky, and profits are concentrated in a narrow set of knowledge-focussed industries
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3 Oct 17, 9:07am
More than four of five research proposals miss out on the annual $48 mln funding round for science research in the five year Endeavour program. Winners feature world-class proposals
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30 Sep 17, 6:02am
Hannah McQueen says even though she loves property investing it's time the phenomenal gains from investment property were taxed through a Capital Gains Tax
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29 Sep 17, 10:02am
Selena Eaqub on the importance of social enterprises after our election, the rise of clean energy, our risks from the US-North Korea tensions, earning a better quality of bad health, bashing the beneficiaries and more
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27 Sep 17, 4:16pm
Surging US beef exports and Japanese tariff increases join to limit the opportunities for New Zealand beef. Prices under pressure, not helped by exchange rate says Rabobank
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27 Sep 17, 12:28pm
Infometrics says commercial property investments in Dunedin are looking attractive
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27 Sep 17, 9:42am
Sheep and beef pastoral farmer confidence fell sharply but dairy confidence is resilient. Horticulture confidence still rising. Overall investment intentions still strongly positive
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22 Sep 17, 8:51am
Silver Fern Farms looks ahead to what it expects from the new season in terms of volumes available and price trends
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20 Sep 17, 11:27am
Domestic lumber demand is tailing off just as export log demand is picking up, putting upward pressure on local log prices. Demand from India growing faster than expected
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15 Sep 17, 10:00am
Climate change advocate Paul Young on: Who broke the climate? Counting the cost of the weather, trying to balance the carbon emissions budget, why China is a big hope, NZ's inconvenient truth & more
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12 Sep 17, 3:44pm
NZDUSD likely to trade in the 0.7240-0.7290 range with a downside break favoured; NZDAUD continues to trade in a broad 0.9050-0.8970 range; AUD has held up well above the 0.8000 USD level, a break below which would threaten 0.7970
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8 Sep 17, 10:15am
The NZ Initiative's Jenesa Jeram on whether social programmes work, the perils of planners, why people don't vote, solving the housing crisis, genetic engineering, hooking up with economists, and more
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7 Sep 17, 11:49am
Zhang Jun looks at China's shift to city-led growth
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