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2nd Apr 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, QSBO sinks, higher rents, Contact charged, child poverty progress stutters, swap rates fall, NZD falls, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, QSBO sinks, higher rents, Contact charged, child poverty progress stutters, swap rates fall, NZD falls, & more
2nd Apr 19, 3:59pm
2nd Apr 19, 2:00pm
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Capital Economics Neil Shearing points out the whole curve has already flattened substantially – and that this has typically been a reliable indicator of cyclical economic downturns, if not recessions
Capital Economics Neil Shearing points out the whole curve has already flattened substantially – and that this has typically been a reliable indicator of cyclical economic downturns, if not recessions
2nd Apr 19, 2:00pm
2nd Apr 19, 9:08am
Auckland Council's $1.2 bln debt headroom keeps a credit rating agency happy in the meantime. But the using up of this as the Council's big capex plans move forward pose a threat
Auckland Council's $1.2 bln debt headroom keeps a credit rating agency happy in the meantime. But the using up of this as the Council's big capex plans move forward pose a threat
2nd Apr 19, 9:08am
2nd Apr 19, 8:26am
Stronger US ISM data have driven a significant sell-off in US Treasuries, but that hasn’t perturbed equity markets, which show decent gains; NZD is little changed from last week’s close, while GBP is recovering as a super-soft Brexit comes into play
Stronger US ISM data have driven a significant sell-off in US Treasuries, but that hasn’t perturbed equity markets, which show decent gains; NZD is little changed from last week’s close, while GBP is recovering as a super-soft Brexit comes into play
2nd Apr 19, 8:26am
2nd Apr 19, 7:27am
Global equity markets rise; US data uninspiring; China PMI rise confirmed; EU jobless rates fall; Aussie housing down, business confidence up; UST 10yr under 2.49%; oil up and gold dips; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
Global equity markets rise; US data uninspiring; China PMI rise confirmed; EU jobless rates fall; Aussie housing down, business confidence up; UST 10yr under 2.49%; oil up and gold dips; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
2nd Apr 19, 7:27am
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1st Apr 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; no rate changes, Heartland seeks funding, FMA raises the AML bar, Treasury gets no surprises, wealth effect examined, swaps up, NZD firm & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; no rate changes, Heartland seeks funding, FMA raises the AML bar, Treasury gets no surprises, wealth effect examined, swaps up, NZD firm & more
1st Apr 19, 3:59pm
1st Apr 19, 8:07am
Higher risk appetite driving global equities higher while US Treasury yields ended slightly higher; currency movements weren’t significant, although commodity currencies headed the leaderboard, while Brexit uncertainty continued to weigh on GBP
Higher risk appetite driving global equities higher while US Treasury yields ended slightly higher; currency movements weren’t significant, although commodity currencies headed the leaderboard, while Brexit uncertainty continued to weigh on GBP
1st Apr 19, 8:07am
1st Apr 19, 7:37am
China PMI recovers strongly; US data weak; good Canada GDP growth; more China stimulus; good Japan data; Aussie negative gearing in spotlight; UST 10yr under 2.41%; oil unchanged and gold dips; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
China PMI recovers strongly; US data weak; good Canada GDP growth; more China stimulus; good Japan data; Aussie negative gearing in spotlight; UST 10yr under 2.41%; oil unchanged and gold dips; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
1st Apr 19, 7:37am
30th Mar 19, 7:41am
US data mixed; Canada GDP up; trade talks run on; China stimulus widens; Brexit messier; equities up; negative gearing addiction; UST 10yr 2.41%; oil firm, gold up; NZ$1 = 68.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
US data mixed; Canada GDP up; trade talks run on; China stimulus widens; Brexit messier; equities up; negative gearing addiction; UST 10yr 2.41%; oil firm, gold up; NZ$1 = 68.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
30th Mar 19, 7:41am
29th Mar 19, 4:23pm
Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says his easing bias will provide the new Monetary Policy Committee with a starting point to make its first OCR decision in May
Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr says his easing bias will provide the new Monetary Policy Committee with a starting point to make its first OCR decision in May
29th Mar 19, 4:23pm
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29th Mar 19, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Remembrance, dwelling consents strong, sector credit & consumer confidence steady & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Remembrance, dwelling consents strong, sector credit & consumer confidence steady & more
29th Mar 19, 4:00pm
29th Mar 19, 9:20am
How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
29th Mar 19, 9:20am
29th Mar 19, 8:49am
US domestic slowdown continues; US-China trade talk optimism; EU business confidence down; Chinese manufacturing takes a hit; UST 10yr under 2.38%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
US domestic slowdown continues; US-China trade talk optimism; EU business confidence down; Chinese manufacturing takes a hit; UST 10yr under 2.38%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
29th Mar 19, 8:49am
29th Mar 19, 8:06am
US equities and bond yields are slightly higher overnight; most currencies are little changed, with the exception of the GBP, which has remained under pressure; NZD is hovering just below 0.68
US equities and bond yields are slightly higher overnight; most currencies are little changed, with the exception of the GBP, which has remained under pressure; NZD is hovering just below 0.68
29th Mar 19, 8:06am
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28th Mar 19, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; business outlook survey; RBNZ committee; employment confidence; work arrangements; tenancy compliance; rates lower; NZD stable
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; business outlook survey; RBNZ committee; employment confidence; work arrangements; tenancy compliance; rates lower; NZD stable
28th Mar 19, 4:00pm
28th Mar 19, 2:12pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #674; weighted average accepted yield was 1.45%; coverage ratio was 2.4x
NZ Govt Bond Tender #674; weighted average accepted yield was 1.45%; coverage ratio was 2.4x
28th Mar 19, 2:12pm
28th Mar 19, 8:17am
Two academics and a long time trade unionist named as the 'externals' on the new committee that will decide on New Zealand's official interest rates
Two academics and a long time trade unionist named as the 'externals' on the new committee that will decide on New Zealand's official interest rates
28th Mar 19, 8:17am
28th Mar 19, 8:09am
Market remains in an anxious state about the global economic outlook, which sees downward pressure on equity markets and global rates; NZD 1.6% lower; GBP is bid; AUD is under pressure
Market remains in an anxious state about the global economic outlook, which sees downward pressure on equity markets and global rates; NZD 1.6% lower; GBP is bid; AUD is under pressure
28th Mar 19, 8:09am
28th Mar 19, 7:42am
US current account deficit grows; Canada and Mexico 'win' in trade war; China profits dive; Turkey roiled; Draghi rethinks; UST 10yr under 2.37%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
US current account deficit grows; Canada and Mexico 'win' in trade war; China profits dive; Turkey roiled; Draghi rethinks; UST 10yr under 2.37%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
28th Mar 19, 7:42am
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27th Mar 19, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; RBNZ clear and dovish, Heartland increases Harmoney stake, Aussie credit crunch, swap rates dive, NZD falls sharply, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; RBNZ clear and dovish, Heartland increases Harmoney stake, Aussie credit crunch, swap rates dive, NZD falls sharply, & more
27th Mar 19, 3:59pm

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