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Personal Finance / Analysis
Personal Finance / Analysis
26th Oct 21, 9:21am
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All the main banks have now moved fixed mortgage rates up so we can assess where they settled, who has the lowest, and note the non-rate inducements being offered by som
Rural News / News
Rural News / News
26th Oct 21, 9:02am
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Fonterra has narrowed its milk price forecast range, giving an implied 'midpoint' price that equals the record payout in 2014
Public Policy / Opinion
Public Policy / Opinion
26th Oct 21, 8:07am
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Economist Brian Easton says if we want to minimise the impact of the Covid virus we are going to have to think about social class
Banking / Analysis
Banking / Analysis
26th Oct 21, 11:31am
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Evan Gunter and Abby Latour chart the advantages and pitfalls of a financial-market segment that is experiencing explosive growth
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