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US consumers stop spending; US factories retrench; US economic activity dives; Canada contracts; US gifts global leadership to China; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; unusual oil pricing; gold up; NZ$1 = 61.9 USc; TWI-5 = 67.4
30th May 20, 9:00am
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Rural News
Rural News
China log demand picks up on restart but not to last-year levels. Recent price bounce over quickly. All eyes on China's domestic recovery. Neither India, nor domestic demand show much prospect
30th May 20, 11:36am
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Banking
Banking
The number of borrowers going interest only increases, as 24% of housing and 41% of business loans were interest only at the end of April
29th May 20, 5:57pm
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Opinion
Opinion
Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
29th May 20, 1:42pm
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Personal Finance
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If you don't have a 20% deposit for a house purchase, all banks will add some serious additional costs to your repayments - but a few add a lot less than others
26th May 20, 10:15am
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Property
The removal of LVR restrictions on new mortgage lending probably won't be much help to first home buyers in high priced areas like Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Wellington and Nelson
25th May 20, 12:31pm
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Banking
RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand says deposit rates could drop to zero and some savers might want to put their money to work elsewhere
28th May 20, 12:02pm
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Property
[Updated]
Figures produced by the RBNZ suggest that house price falls in excess of 20% would start to produce large numbers of people in negative equity
27th May 20, 11:34am
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News
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People who lose their jobs could be eligible for a $250-$490 a week payment for 12 weeks under a new COVID-19 relief scheme 
25th May 20, 10:35am
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Banking
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Reserve Bank says banks' loan losses will 'rise materially from current low levels', however they should be able to cope in all but the most severe scenarios
27th May 20, 9:44am
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Banking
The number of borrowers going interest only increases, as 24% of housing and 41% of business loans were interest only at the end of April
29th May 20, 5:57pm
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