business

16 Jan 19, 11:43am
Surprising analysts, December retail sales end 2018 on a very weak note, even after removing the impact of falling petrol prices
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15 Jan 19, 11:05am
Business sentiment and demand pick up from low levels in December quarter, according to the NZIER; Weak profitability remains a problem
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10 Jan 19, 11:28am
ANZ's Truckometer indexes are now clearly flashing warning lights about a slower growth path for the New Zealand economy
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3 Jan 19, 9:46am
Yu Yongding argues that the Chinese government should pursue monetary and fiscal expansion to stabilise GDP growth and prevent the current slowdown from being excessively sharp
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2 Jan 19, 7:31am
Koichi Hamada says that by ignoring trade history, and the fundamentals of game theory, the US President is driving 'trade diversion', all to the detriment of the United States
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21 Dec 18, 3:52pm
Why critics of Grant Robertson's fiscal responsibility should remember the alternative is even more prudence
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21 Dec 18, 9:24am
GCSB says it has established links between the Chinese Ministry of State Security and a global campaign of cyber-enabled commercial intellectual property theft
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20 Dec 18, 3:45pm
Slower than expected GDP growth, major bank capital changes, and a gloomy global outlook prompt ANZ economists to jump off the fence and forecast 3 OCR cuts by 2020
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20 Dec 18, 11:11am
Economic growth slows more than expected; GDP growth falls to 0.3% in the September quarter, while annual growth falls to 3.0%
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19 Dec 18, 12:03pm
Govt announces min. wage increase of $1.20 an hour to take effect on April 1; Indicates further $1.20 and $1.10 hikes in 2020 and 2021; Bridges says National would increase the min. wage by 50c a year
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18 Dec 18, 4:58pm
Business confidence picks up to highest level since April according to ANZ survey; Tight credit conditions seen to be the loosest they've been in more than two years
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18 Dec 18, 9:48am
Migrants hoped to better plug regional and sector skills shortages under proposed changes to employer-assisted temporary work visas
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17 Dec 18, 6:00pm
KPMG's annual FIPS for the non-banking sector reports that a number of participants in its survey have noted 'quite an impact' from the new lay-buy schemes; questions over non-regulation of such schemes
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15 Dec 18, 10:31am
As algorithmic decision-making spreads across more policy areas, it is exposing social and economic inequities that were long hidden behind "official" data. Diana Coyle wants to use a new bias in favour of 'a more just society'
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12 Dec 18, 12:52pm
Guardians of NZ Super's new chief investment officer is coming from the A$148 bln Future Fund in Australia
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12 Dec 18, 7:52am
Capacity constraints, prudence and wellbeing set to feature in the Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update and Budget Policy Statement on Thursday
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10 Dec 18, 2:42pm
Falling manufacturing sales prompt BNZ to lower expectations of next week's GDP figures, while economists say economic growth figures could fall short of the Reserve Bank's expectations
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10 Dec 18, 1:25pm
Small businesses lacking bargaining power front of mind for Government as it consults on strengthening protections against unfair commercial practices
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7 Dec 18, 12:12pm
CEO David Cunningham says The Co-operative Bank is working on alternative incentive options for staff after FMA told banks 'thou shalt not have sales incentives'
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7 Dec 18, 12:07pm
Aussie Royal Commission tipped to recommend remuneration overhaul as FMA gives views on how banks should pay mobile mortgage mangers & mortgage brokers in NZ
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