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Personal Finance / News
Personal Finance / News
20th Jan 22, 11:46am
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The cost of eating healthy rose much faster than the alternatives in 2021, as lockdowns pressed households to eat-at-home more
Business / Analysis
Business / Analysis
20th Jan 22, 10:16am
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Employment confidence rose further in December, driven by perceptions of current job opportunities. However, current and expected earnings growth remains subdued
Banking / News
Banking / News
19th Jan 22, 4:23pm
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ANZ economists says the Reserve Bank is likely to have to push up interest rates much more than previously expected
Business / News
Business / News
21st Jan 22, 7:19am
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US data positive and resilient despite Omicron threats; Japan and Taiwan get big export growth; China cuts mortgage rate benchmarks; UST 10yr 1.84%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.2
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