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8th May 20, 7:24am
Another very large rise in US jobless claims; spike in bankruptcies; China posts surprising export rise, car sales gains; Airbus grinds to virtual standstill; UST 10yr yield at 0.63%; oil unchanged and gold jumps; NZ$1 = 60.9 USc; TWI-5 = 66.8
Another very large rise in US jobless claims; spike in bankruptcies; China posts surprising export rise, car sales gains; Airbus grinds to virtual standstill; UST 10yr yield at 0.63%; oil unchanged and gold jumps; NZ$1 = 60.9 USc; TWI-5 = 66.8
8th May 20, 7:24am
7th May 20, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday: more retail rate cuts, inflation is dead, eyes on 2020 Budget and move to L2, huge Govt bond demand, swaps firm, NZD slips, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday: more retail rate cuts, inflation is dead, eyes on 2020 Budget and move to L2, huge Govt bond demand, swaps firm, NZD slips, & more
7th May 20, 3:59pm
7th May 20, 12:51pm
by admin
Ministry of Health news conference of the review of the lockdown status for New Zealand, starts at 1pm
Ministry of Health news conference of the review of the lockdown status for New Zealand, starts at 1pm
7th May 20, 12:51pm
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7th May 20, 12:19pm
Next week's Budget to focus on strengthening the public sector, providing increasingly targeted support for households and businesses and rebuilding a new-look New Zealand
[Updated]
Next week's Budget to focus on strengthening the public sector, providing increasingly targeted support for households and businesses and rebuilding a new-look New Zealand
7th May 20, 12:19pm
7th May 20, 7:27am
US job losses exceed 20 mln in April; White House considers canceling China debt; China gets holiday boost; EU facing deep recession; Aussie losses huge; UST 10yr yield at 0.71%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 60.2 USc; TWI-5 = 66.3
US job losses exceed 20 mln in April; White House considers canceling China debt; China gets holiday boost; EU facing deep recession; Aussie losses huge; UST 10yr yield at 0.71%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 60.2 USc; TWI-5 = 66.3
7th May 20, 7:27am
6th May 20, 6:21pm
CEO Matt Whineray says NZ Super Fund still keen on Auckland light rail project; also interested in climate adaption projects & expects government contributions to continue
CEO Matt Whineray says NZ Super Fund still keen on Auckland light rail project; also interested in climate adaption projects & expects government contributions to continue
6th May 20, 6:21pm
6th May 20, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; another TD rate cut, rents under attack, RBNZ optimistic, China trade strong, swaps stay low, NZD firm, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; another TD rate cut, rents under attack, RBNZ optimistic, China trade strong, swaps stay low, NZD firm, & more
6th May 20, 3:59pm
6th May 20, 11:01am
Statistics New Zealand says unemployment edged up to 4.2% at the end of the March quarter from 4% previously
Statistics New Zealand says unemployment edged up to 4.2% at the end of the March quarter from 4% previously
6th May 20, 11:01am
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6th May 20, 10:29am
RBNZ releases economic scenarios ahead of much-anticipated Monetary Policy Statement; Takes a more upbeat view than Treasury, but notes that even at Level 1 international tourism will be reduced to 10% of normal activity
[Updated]
RBNZ releases economic scenarios ahead of much-anticipated Monetary Policy Statement; Takes a more upbeat view than Treasury, but notes that even at Level 1 international tourism will be reduced to 10% of normal activity
6th May 20, 10:29am
6th May 20, 7:26am
Dairy prices slip; US retail sales shrink; US exports fall; US Govt financing situation worsens badly; Germans rattle the ECB; RBA sees 'stronger' recovery; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 60.6 USc; TWI-5 = 66.6
Dairy prices slip; US retail sales shrink; US exports fall; US Govt financing situation worsens badly; Germans rattle the ECB; RBA sees 'stronger' recovery; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 60.6 USc; TWI-5 = 66.6
6th May 20, 7:26am
5th May 20, 4:53pm
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
5th May 20, 4:53pm
5th May 20, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; more TD rate cuts, building consents drop, eyes on diary auction, car sales collapse, swaps at record lows, NZD firms, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; more TD rate cuts, building consents drop, eyes on diary auction, car sales collapse, swaps at record lows, NZD firms, & more
5th May 20, 3:59pm
5th May 20, 3:29pm
Brian Fallow takes a look at tourism, the sector of the economy perhaps most impacted by Covid-19 and travel restrictions
Brian Fallow takes a look at tourism, the sector of the economy perhaps most impacted by Covid-19 and travel restrictions
5th May 20, 3:29pm
5th May 20, 7:27am
Worldwide factories lack orders or activity; Hong Kong GDP drops -9%; business borrowing surges; some equity markets fall hard; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 60.3 USc; TWI-5 = 66.3
Worldwide factories lack orders or activity; Hong Kong GDP drops -9%; business borrowing surges; some equity markets fall hard; UST 10yr yield at 0.64%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 60.3 USc; TWI-5 = 66.3
5th May 20, 7:27am
4th May 20, 6:34pm
Jacinda Ardern expects the formation of a trans-Tasman bubble to see quarantine restrictions lifted, but says this won't happen in the 'very, very near short-term'
Jacinda Ardern expects the formation of a trans-Tasman bubble to see quarantine restrictions lifted, but says this won't happen in the 'very, very near short-term'
4th May 20, 6:34pm
4th May 20, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; important retail rate cuts, B&T sees sales volumes halve, Westpac NZ sees profit almost halve, swaps at new record low, NZD soft, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; important retail rate cuts, B&T sees sales volumes halve, Westpac NZ sees profit almost halve, swaps at new record low, NZD soft, & more
4th May 20, 3:59pm
4th May 20, 7:21am
US sidelined in trade progress; US shrinks faster; global PMIs fall; China's domestic tourism rises but labour troubles grow; Aussie house prices hold on vanishing transactions; UST 10yr yield at 0.62%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 60.5 USc; TWI-5 = 66.4
US sidelined in trade progress; US shrinks faster; global PMIs fall; China's domestic tourism rises but labour troubles grow; Aussie house prices hold on vanishing transactions; UST 10yr yield at 0.62%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 60.5 USc; TWI-5 = 66.4
4th May 20, 7:21am
3rd May 20, 9:19am
Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
3rd May 20, 9:19am
3rd May 20, 6:31am
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
3rd May 20, 6:31am
2nd May 20, 9:27am
by Guest
Auckland Council economists try to find the sweet spot between public transport network reach, fare levels, road congestion and environmental emissions
Auckland Council economists try to find the sweet spot between public transport network reach, fare levels, road congestion and environmental emissions
2nd May 20, 9:27am

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