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23 Oct 17, 10:29am
David Chaston with 10 more things you need to know about developments around and involving China; fraud, smugness, neighbour's views, imbalances, restructuring, illusions, influence, housing, more fraud, and the savings glut
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23 Oct 17, 9:15am
"Investing" requires a return at some point. But David Chaston can't see how Auckland's massive public transport 'investment' can ever be anything but an increasing drain on ratepayers and taxpayers. Watch out, the rest of New Zealand
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23 Oct 17, 7:25am
US budget deficit jumps, outlook dims; Japan re-elects Abe; UN embarrasses itself again; Baltic Dry high; bitcoin surges above US$6,000; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 69.6 USc, TWI = 72.4
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21 Oct 17, 10:54am
Just as HSBC ends its 3.87% one year 'special, TSB offers a market-leading new 4.79% three year fixed mortgage rate, significantly lower than all its rivals
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21 Oct 17, 10:16am
Cooling housing market could continue as Labour seeks to ramp up KiwiBuild, reduce demand pressure, Ardern says; Maintains goal is for existing values not to drop, though
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20 Oct 17, 5:15pm
Labour-led govt will bring in Zero Carbon Act, Climate Commission and have an all-sectors, all gasses pricing scheme; Ardern says Peters agrees on outcome, advocated strongly for the regions, which will show through in policies
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20 Oct 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; HSBC deal ends, markets react to new Govt, migration slips, visitor arrival growth dips, credit card balances hold, swaps fall, NZD dives
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20 Oct 17, 2:03pm
Greens tout policy areas including on climate change, welfare, cannabis reform, drug and alcohol addiction and mental health
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20 Oct 17, 7:36am
US jobless claims drop; China growth on target; Hong Kong stocks tumble; Spain imposes grip on Catalonia; AU jobless rate falls unexpectedly; UST 10yr yield at 2.33%; oil and gold little changed; NZ$1 = 70.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.8
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20 Oct 17, 12:12am
National will regroup and be strong Opposition, English and Bennett say; English says decision on his position to be made over the next few weeks, congratulates Ardern and wishes the new government well
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19 Oct 17, 9:06pm
We record the benchmarks Peters set for his decision to choose the Labour/Greens option 
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19 Oct 17, 7:04pm
Peters says NZ First will go into coalition with the Labour Party to turn around New Zealand capitalism in the face of economic slump which is already here: Arden says 'it's an exciting day'
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19 Oct 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; no rate changes, dairy payout risk, micro businesses upbeat, steady rental inflation, growth to continue, swaps up, NZD down
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19 Oct 17, 1:37pm
Peters says at 1pm: Decision in a few hours; Pros and cons relating to both policy packages; Very, very anxious time for himself and caucus; Will do one final look over each policy offering
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19 Oct 17, 11:42am
Bill English to outline broad parameters of agreement to National Party caucus and board; Says a lot of progress made in last 24 hours, but that there's still time for more negotiations
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19 Oct 17, 7:26am
Fed Beige Book positive; Trump reveals Fed shortlist; US homebuilding sags; Rio Tinto charged with fraud; Canada factory output jumps; OECD warns on pensions; UST 10yr yield at 2.34%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 71.5 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.2
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18 Oct 17, 5:31pm
Winston Peters' NZ First set to enlighten New Zealanders on the make-up of the new government on Thursday afternoon
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18 Oct 17, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; dairy prices slip, payout under pressure, strong jobs growth, NZSF's outstanding returns, life expectancy, swaps slip, NZD holds
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18 Oct 17, 10:18am
NZ First caucus meets over finer points after 2-day meeting with board which canvassed every policy in each of National's and Labour's packages - 'more than just 5 or 10'; Shane Jones says it's ring-sizing day - for his own nuptials
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18 Oct 17, 7:34am
Dairy prices slip -1%; Dow hits 23,000; US factory output recovers; Canada tightens mortgage rules; China ODI slumps -42%; S&P pans 'baby steps'; UST 10yr yield at 2.30%; oil slips, gold slumps; NZ$1 = 71.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 74.4
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