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Farmers turn less optimistic despite good market and product signals, mainly because of adverse government policy and a view the economy will deteriorate from here. Rising costs aren't helping, but the new visa release does
1st Oct 21, 10:58am
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Farmers turn less optimistic despite good market and product signals, mainly because of adverse government policy and a view the economy will deteriorate from here. Rising costs aren't helping, but the new visa release does
A projected drop in Chinese import demand for dairy products sees Rabobank lower its farmgate milk price forecast for the 2021/2022 season
11th Sep 21, 9:27am
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A projected drop in Chinese import demand for dairy products sees Rabobank lower its farmgate milk price forecast for the 2021/2022 season
Rising beef exports and good prices are expected to hold on demand from the US and China, as alternate suppliers suffer varying supply issues
29th Aug 21, 11:18am
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Rising beef exports and good prices are expected to hold on demand from the US and China, as alternate suppliers suffer varying supply issues
A kick higher in ANZ's raised term deposit offers may just be the start of rising rates for savers even if they are starting from an under-water position, below inflation
17th Aug 21, 12:14pm
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A kick higher in ANZ's raised term deposit offers may just be the start of rising rates for savers even if they are starting from an under-water position, below inflation
Guy Trafford notes that China's 'dual circulation' policy development may crimp their dairy imports as they push a Five Year Plan goal of more local supply. Rising Chinese production may already be suppressing GDT results
6th Aug 21, 9:27am
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Guy Trafford notes that China's 'dual circulation' policy development may crimp their dairy imports as they push a Five Year Plan goal of more local supply. Rising Chinese production may already be suppressing GDT results
New Zealand's largest bank comes through with some modest term deposit rises, essentially matching those its rivals have already adopted. Just ignore the inflation comparison (and tax) to remain sane
20th Jul 21, 5:50pm
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New Zealand's largest bank comes through with some modest term deposit rises, essentially matching those its rivals have already adopted. Just ignore the inflation comparison (and tax) to remain sane
Term deposit rates are moving up, but not to levels for fixed terms that will attract many savers. However the lowest point may have past
14th Jul 21, 11:01am
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Term deposit rates are moving up, but not to levels for fixed terms that will attract many savers. However the lowest point may have past
Farm input cost pressure largely depends on fertilser, and that in tern depends on the crude oil price. Meanwhile the China-Australia political standoff distorts other trading patterns that affect us
3rd Jul 21, 10:36am
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Farm input cost pressure largely depends on fertilser, and that in tern depends on the crude oil price. Meanwhile the China-Australia political standoff distorts other trading patterns that affect us
Some banks are improving their term deposit rate offers slightly, but savers are yet to be impressed enough to hold more of their growing cash funds with term commitments; BNZ now joins the up trend
27th Apr 21, 1:56pm
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Some banks are improving their term deposit rate offers slightly, but savers are yet to be impressed enough to hold more of their growing cash funds with term commitments; BNZ now joins the up trend
All rural sector groups are now more buoyant about the outlook for the agri economy, with both dairy farmers and sheep and beef farmers significantly more optimistic than last quarter
31st Mar 21, 12:12pm
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All rural sector groups are now more buoyant about the outlook for the agri economy, with both dairy farmers and sheep and beef farmers significantly more optimistic than last quarter
Rabobank New Zealand posts lower annual profit, CEO trumpets agriculture's importance to NZ's economy against the backdrop of COVID-19
29th Mar 21, 12:12pm
Rabobank New Zealand posts lower annual profit, CEO trumpets agriculture's importance to NZ's economy against the backdrop of COVID-19
Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
24th Mar 21, 10:03am
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Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
High-protein animal feed based on insects has major potential, claims Rabobank. The next challenges are updating regulation, and building scale, so that the environmental benefits can be delivered
16th Mar 21, 1:35pm
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High-protein animal feed based on insects has major potential, claims Rabobank. The next challenges are updating regulation, and building scale, so that the environmental benefits can be delivered
Chinese demand for imported liquid milk has grown by 50% per year for more than a decade and the prospects are that this growth will continue even as their domestic supply rises: Rabobank
24th Feb 21, 11:17am
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Chinese demand for imported liquid milk has grown by 50% per year for more than a decade and the prospects are that this growth will continue even as their domestic supply rises: Rabobank
The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
28th Jan 21, 11:19am
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The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
23rd Nov 20, 11:38am
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Global foodservice struggles are set to extend into 2021, softening returns for NZ red meat exports. Beef production flat, but strong demand and tight supply for lamb. More focus on sustainability in supply chains
Rabobank points out that significant diversification of our dairy trade away from China will be increasingly possible as other ASEAN countries face a growing dairy deficit - and New Zealand supply has some advantages
15th Oct 20, 9:16pm
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Rabobank points out that significant diversification of our dairy trade away from China will be increasingly possible as other ASEAN countries face a growing dairy deficit - and New Zealand supply has some advantages
Waning sentiment among sheep and beef farmers pushes rural confidence further into negative territory: Rabobank
24th Sep 20, 10:27am
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Waning sentiment among sheep and beef farmers pushes rural confidence further into negative territory: Rabobank
Rabobank reports that New Zealand wine exports to our largest market are being hit by sharply lower hospitality channel sales, and will take many years to recover
9th Jul 20, 9:48am
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Rabobank reports that New Zealand wine exports to our largest market are being hit by sharply lower hospitality channel sales, and will take many years to recover
New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
30th Jun 20, 2:28pm
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New Zealand farmer confidence 'rose' in the second quarter of 2020, but remains in negative territory overall - with more of the country’s farmers pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead: Rabobank
The latest dairy auction brought a realignment in category pricing and revealed important changes in regional demand. Although overall prices were flat, global pricing volatility hasn't gone away says Rabobank
20th May 20, 10:29am
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The latest dairy auction brought a realignment in category pricing and revealed important changes in regional demand. Although overall prices were flat, global pricing volatility hasn't gone away says Rabobank
Rabobank NZ says ex-Fonterra boss Henry van der Heyden is standing down as its chairman 'due to regulatory changes', succeeded by Andy Borland
1st Apr 20, 9:34am
Rabobank NZ says ex-Fonterra boss Henry van der Heyden is standing down as its chairman 'due to regulatory changes', succeeded by Andy Borland
Annual advertising spending by New Zealand banks increased by more than a quarter in 2019 with all four major banks recording increases
7th Feb 20, 9:16am
Annual advertising spending by New Zealand banks increased by more than a quarter in 2019 with all four major banks recording increases
Strong demand for New Zealand product sees Rabobank lift its 2019/20 milk price forecast by +$0.45/kgMS and that rise puts it near the top of most analyst's current estimates
17th Dec 19, 11:25am
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Strong demand for New Zealand product sees Rabobank lift its 2019/20 milk price forecast by +$0.45/kgMS and that rise puts it near the top of most analyst's current estimates
Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey
10th Dec 19, 4:08pm
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Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey