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Why are NZ banks cutting mortgage rates as Aussie banks hike them, and how long might this last?
18th Sep 18, 5:00am
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Why are NZ banks cutting mortgage rates as Aussie banks hike them, and how long might this last?
The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut its cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.25%; NZD falls sharply along with the AUD
3rd Feb 15, 4:45pm
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The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut its cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.25%; NZD falls sharply along with the AUD
Economic weather report: Wholesale deflation and services contraction point to another OCR cut
18th May 09, 4:28pm
Economic weather report: Wholesale deflation and services contraction point to another OCR cut
Have your say: National and Labour want banks to lower profits. Should they?
14th May 09, 9:14am
Have your say: National and Labour want banks to lower profits. Should they?
Analysis: What the OCR cut might mean for mortgage and term deposit rates
30th Apr 09, 9:52am
Analysis: What the OCR cut might mean for mortgage and term deposit rates
RBNZ cuts OCR 50 bps to 2.5% (Update 2)
30th Apr 09, 9:31am
RBNZ cuts OCR 50 bps to 2.5% (Update 2)
Opinion: Why NZ should be obsessed with the broken US banks too
23rd Apr 09, 2:08pm
Opinion: Why NZ should be obsessed with the broken US banks too
90 at 9: RBNZ expected to cut OCR 50 bps; Dow down on earnings nerves
8th Apr 09, 9:05am
90 at 9: RBNZ expected to cut OCR 50 bps; Dow down on earnings nerves
Economic Weather Report: Bigger OCR cut more likely after worst business confidence since 1970
7th Apr 09, 2:48pm
Economic Weather Report: Bigger OCR cut more likely after worst business confidence since 1970
Brother in law's guide: Long term mortgage rates are rising again, so fixers should fix now (Updated)
1st Apr 09, 4:45pm
Brother in law's guide: Long term mortgage rates are rising again, so fixers should fix now (Updated)
Have your say: The Fed and Bank of Japan fire up the printing presses
19th Mar 09, 8:01am
Have your say: The Fed and Bank of Japan fire up the printing presses
Bollard concerned about "very nasty" inflation building globally
12th Mar 09, 1:34pm
Bollard concerned about "very nasty" inflation building globally
RBNZ's Bollard calls on banks again to 'play their part' and pass on rate cuts (Updated)
27th Feb 09, 11:28am
RBNZ's Bollard calls on banks again to 'play their part' and pass on rate cuts (Updated)
Bollard says RBNZ will stimulate economy
27th Feb 09, 10:24am
Bollard says RBNZ will stimulate economy
Inflation expected to be 2.2% for March year, RBNZ survey shows
25th Feb 09, 3:29pm
Inflation expected to be 2.2% for March year, RBNZ survey shows
Analysis: Why variable mortgage rates may fall below fixed rates within a month
20th Feb 09, 12:00pm
Analysis: Why variable mortgage rates may fall below fixed rates within a month
Kiwibank first to cut variable below 6%
19th Feb 09, 11:22am
Kiwibank first to cut variable below 6%
December quarter retail sales down 1.5% from 2007, led by motor industry (Updated)
13th Feb 09, 2:15pm
December quarter retail sales down 1.5% from 2007, led by motor industry (Updated)
Fonterra unveils blockbuster NZ$800 mln demand for bond
5th Feb 09, 5:39pm
Fonterra unveils blockbuster NZ$800 mln demand for bond
Analysis: Why the OCR cuts are taking soooo long to be felt
4th Feb 09, 2:03pm
Analysis: Why the OCR cuts are taking soooo long to be felt
Video: Complete RBNZ Press Conference January 29, 2009
30th Jan 09, 7:34am
Video: Complete RBNZ Press Conference January 29, 2009
Brother in law's guide: Opt for variable mortgages rather than 1 or 2 year fixed rates
29th Jan 09, 6:37pm
Brother in law's guide: Opt for variable mortgages rather than 1 or 2 year fixed rates
RBNZ calls on banks again to pass on lower interest rates
29th Jan 09, 10:10am
RBNZ calls on banks again to pass on lower interest rates
RBNZ cuts OCR 150 bps to 3.5%; currency falls (Update 5)
29th Jan 09, 9:01am
RBNZ cuts OCR 150 bps to 3.5%; currency falls (Update 5)
Video: OCR cut to 3.5%
29th Jan 09, 9:00am
Video: OCR cut to 3.5%