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9 Feb 18, 10:02am
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ASB eyes launch of digital kiosk customer 'on-boarding channel' developed by parent CBA in South Africa
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8 Feb 18, 5:37pm
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As 2018 progresses we are moving ever closer to the date when payment for today’s recovery will fall due. The recent market gyrations suggest awareness of the inevitable reckoning is already beginning to dawn
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8 Feb 18, 9:46am
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Vittoria Shortt, joining ASB from parent CBA, says she brings 'good insight into what ASB might want to do differently' to its under siege Aussie parent
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7 Feb 18, 10:18am
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ASB half-year profit rises 13%, pushes $600 mln
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6 Feb 18, 9:08am
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Driverless cars are all the rage right now and you don’t have to be a Google or Tesla to have your head in the game, The Spinoff's Jihee Junn discovers
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5 Feb 18, 10:25am
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Why shifting to New Zealand from Australia will feel like a breath of fresh air for ASB and BNZ's new chief executives
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2 Feb 18, 3:30pm
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Hurricanes sponsor and Wellington promoter Fullerton Markets quits the 'next financial hub of New Zealand'
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2 Feb 18, 10:11am
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Annual bank advertising spending increases with ANZ, BNZ, TSB and ASB leading the way
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1 Feb 18, 5:02am
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ANZ's Head of Transaction Banking on how blockchain is being used to streamline cross-border payments, 'know your client' checks and the processing of bank guarantees
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31 Jan 18, 1:13pm
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National Party leader Bill English takes aim at the Govt's employment law changes, unveils his party's 'Project NZ jobs' initiative
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30 Jan 18, 12:20pm
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Registrar of Companies Ross van der Schyff boots company service provider that received official AML warning, and some of its clients, off the Companies Register
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30 Jan 18, 9:03am
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Davos man must change. But Larry Hatheway says that cannot mean rejecting the core commitment to the view that human ingenuity, fostered by open societies and rewarded by markets, remains the sturdiest foundation for the advancement of humankind
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27 Jan 18, 11:35am
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With most Japanese economic metrics improving except inflation, the Bank of Japan is between a rock and a hard place in deciding the policy course. Takatoshi Ito reviews their options
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25 Jan 18, 12:55pm
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Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway unveils start of 'progressive' programme for changes to workplace relations
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25 Jan 18, 10:51am
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TSB looking for a 'a proven leader' and 'prudent risk taker' rather than a traditional banker as it moves to replace outgoing CEO Kevin Murphy
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25 Jan 18, 9:00am
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Zhang Jun reports that China’s inter-urban competition that has driven its economic transformation. It has become reliant on a few high-productivity cities where jobs and growth have become concentrated
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24 Jan 18, 10:16am
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Westpac NZ keen to follow Aussie parent and launch services allowing customers to bank while texting with iPhone contacts
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24 Jan 18, 8:42am
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Lee Jong-Wha says that after supporting economies during the global economic crisis, now the global recovery gains momentum, the time has come to begin tightening monetary policy
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22 Jan 18, 10:08am
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Ex-BNZ chairman Kerry McDonald lambasts the RBNZ's oversight of banks for being 'unacceptably complacent, weak, ineffective' & for ignoring depositors' interests
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20 Jan 18, 8:57am
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In the inequality debate, Jason Furman wants economists and social scientists to obsess less over aggregate data, and to focus more on how policy decisions impact real people
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17 Jan 18, 8:42pm
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Electronics payments processor Paymark being sold by ANZ, ASB, BNZ & Westpac to France's  Ingenico Group for NZ$190 million
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17 Jan 18, 10:06am
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In automation and AI, many see a jobless future and higher inequality. But the technologically driven shift should be welcomed, say Christopher Pissarides & Jacques Bughin
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16 Jan 18, 10:42am
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NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
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15 Jan 18, 1:57pm
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ANZ economists on why they have some optimism productivity growth will pick up - albeit not enough to offset a slow-down in population growth  
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3 Jan 18, 9:50am
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Yu Yongding says widespread forecasts of stable 6.5% growth ignore slowing fixed asset investment and expectations need to be reined in
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