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21st Oct 21, 7:23am
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Inflation tracks divide the world economy; China house prices waver; Evergrande rescue deal collapses; Taiwan exports continue surge; UST 10yr 1.64%, oil stable and gold firm; NZ$1 = 72 USc; TWI-5 = 75.4
Banking
Banking
21st Oct 21, 10:25am
Reserve Bank review of overseas banks operating as branches in New Zealand mulls not letting them take retail deposits
Business
Business
20th Oct 21, 4:31pm
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Government’s proposed climate-related accounting disclosure standards aim to make sure the impacts of climate change are actively considered by company boards and management
News
News
20th Oct 21, 12:54pm
60 new Covid-19 cases; Schools in Level 3 environments can reopen to senior students on Tuesday; 300 spots a month set aside for health workers in MIQ
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Business
20th Oct 21, 8:42am
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A reassessment of the likely average cost of borrowing over the next few years poses a challenge to asset valuations that underpin household wealth, ANZ economists say
Opinion
18th Oct 21, 8:15am
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Roger J Kerr says the Government’s previous “smug complacency” has found us out with our pants down
Personal Finance
18th Oct 21, 6:20pm
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A much larger rise in inflation, especially tradable inflation, has turbocharged wholesale swap rates with more in prospect, signaling giant mortgage rates are ahead
Personal Finance
15th Oct 21, 4:23pm
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Not only are wholesale rates rising, but banks are coming out of a period where their mortgage margins have been suppressed. Expect the new round of rate hikes to do some catch-up
Property
19th Oct 21, 12:04pm
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Labour and National propose major building densification law change, expected to see up to 105,500 extra homes built in the next 5-8 years
Personal Finance
14th Oct 21, 12:29pm
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Wholesale rate pressure has pushed one of our largest home loan lenders to raise some key fixed rates and setting their market offerings as the highest available
Business
18th Oct 21, 10:55am
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Statistics New Zealand says the Consumers Price Index rose 2.2% in September quarter, which was by far more than economists and the Reserve Bank picked

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