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2022

Instant payments, digital identity, open banking, digital wallets & BNPL plus machine learning, tokenisation & biometrics highlighted as areas to watch by Juniper
10th Mar 22, 9:21pm
Instant payments, digital identity, open banking, digital wallets & BNPL plus machine learning, tokenisation & biometrics highlighted as areas to watch by Juniper
Job ads end 2021 on a high note with the years, says BNZ/Seek Employment Report, but some Omicron clouds may be on the horizon
13th Jan 22, 12:22pm
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Job ads end 2021 on a high note with the years, says BNZ/Seek Employment Report, but some Omicron clouds may be on the horizon
CoreLogic says despite persistently strong monthly property value increases, the annual rate of growth dropped for the second month in a row after peaking at 28.8% at the end of October 2021, indicating the impending market slowdown
5th Jan 22, 5:59pm
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CoreLogic says despite persistently strong monthly property value increases, the annual rate of growth dropped for the second month in a row after peaking at 28.8% at the end of October 2021, indicating the impending market slowdown
Gareth Vaughan makes 5 predictions for 2022 looking at Covid-19, climate change, bank lending, the RBNZ & rising interest rates
22nd Dec 21, 10:15am
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Gareth Vaughan makes 5 predictions for 2022 looking at Covid-19, climate change, bank lending, the RBNZ & rising interest rates
Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022
19th Dec 21, 7:39am
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Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022
Forsyth Barr research analysts see 'elevated' downside risks to the housing market and more generally see continuation of supply chain woes and inflation and they will be watching out for a few stretched company balance sheets
16th Dec 21, 3:05pm
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Forsyth Barr research analysts see 'elevated' downside risks to the housing market and more generally see continuation of supply chain woes and inflation and they will be watching out for a few stretched company balance sheets
Apart from a few soft spots the housing market has a long way to go before prices start falling, says Greg Ninness
16th Dec 21, 10:05am
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Apart from a few soft spots the housing market has a long way to go before prices start falling, says Greg Ninness
ANZ economists are the last major bank to tip that house prices will drop - now picking a 4% decline next year
15th Dec 21, 9:01am
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ANZ economists are the last major bank to tip that house prices will drop - now picking a 4% decline next year
Kiwibank's economists say their 2022 outlook is one of cautious optimism, strong inflation and rising wages
12th Dec 21, 6:00am
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Kiwibank's economists say their 2022 outlook is one of cautious optimism, strong inflation and rising wages
David Hargreaves highlights some of the issues he's looking out for in 2022 and ponders what's looking increasingly like a very unpleasant legacy of the global pandemic
9th Dec 21, 10:03am
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David Hargreaves highlights some of the issues he's looking out for in 2022 and ponders what's looking increasingly like a very unpleasant legacy of the global pandemic
A buyer's market and bargain house prices could be on the cards in 2022, says CoreLogic
8th Dec 21, 12:40pm
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A buyer's market and bargain house prices could be on the cards in 2022, says CoreLogic
RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
5th Dec 21, 6:00am
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RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
We look ahead to how 2022 might look for your household budget, Covid-19, climate change measures and the hospitality and tourism industries
2nd Dec 21, 10:07am
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We look ahead to how 2022 might look for your household budget, Covid-19, climate change measures and the hospitality and tourism industries
With the end of what might've felt like a year of treading water nigh, we look at what 2022 may hold for housing, interest rates and the Kiwi dollar
1st Dec 21, 11:46am
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With the end of what might've felt like a year of treading water nigh, we look at what 2022 may hold for housing, interest rates and the Kiwi dollar