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29th Mar 21, 11:08am
Dairy company Synlait says it is 'continuing to experience significant uncertainty' within its business; has 'proactively engaged' with bankers to increase leverage ratios on its covenants
Dairy company Synlait says it is 'continuing to experience significant uncertainty' within its business; has 'proactively engaged' with bankers to increase leverage ratios on its covenants
29th Mar 21, 11:08am
18th Mar 21, 11:03am
The economy went into reverse again in the last quarter of 2020 with a fall that was bigger than expected by the Reserve Bank and by bank economists; second recession looms
The economy went into reverse again in the last quarter of 2020 with a fall that was bigger than expected by the Reserve Bank and by bank economists; second recession looms
18th Mar 21, 11:03am
15th Mar 21, 12:14pm
It's a toss of a coin as to whether the New Zealand economy grew or contracted in the December quarter - but either way our recovery from lockdown has been impressive
It's a toss of a coin as to whether the New Zealand economy grew or contracted in the December quarter - but either way our recovery from lockdown has been impressive
15th Mar 21, 12:14pm
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12th Mar 21, 1:22pm
Public won't have access to Climate Change Commission's detailed models until June/July - after it gives the Government its final report
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Public won't have access to Climate Change Commission's detailed models until June/July - after it gives the Government its final report
12th Mar 21, 1:22pm
4th Mar 21, 9:52am
Dairy company Synlait says it is continuing to experience significant uncertainty and volatility within its business
Dairy company Synlait says it is continuing to experience significant uncertainty and volatility within its business
4th Mar 21, 9:52am
24th Feb 21, 11:17am
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Chinese demand for imported liquid milk has grown by 50% per year for more than a decade and the prospects are that this growth will continue even as their domestic supply rises: Rabobank
Chinese demand for imported liquid milk has grown by 50% per year for more than a decade and the prospects are that this growth will continue even as their domestic supply rises: Rabobank
24th Feb 21, 11:17am
28th Jan 21, 11:19am
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The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
28th Jan 21, 11:19am
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17th Dec 20, 10:57am
Statistics New Zealand says the country enjoyed record economic growth in the past quarter as the economy bounced back from lockdown and an 11% drop in economic activity in the June quarter
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Statistics New Zealand says the country enjoyed record economic growth in the past quarter as the economy bounced back from lockdown and an 11% drop in economic activity in the June quarter
17th Dec 20, 10:57am
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16th Dec 20, 11:14am
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
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NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
16th Dec 20, 11:14am
14th Dec 20, 11:49am
Westpac economists say this week's official fiscal update will show smaller budget deficits over the next few years and a lower Government borrowing requirement by possibly as much as $30 bln over the next four years
Westpac economists say this week's official fiscal update will show smaller budget deficits over the next few years and a lower Government borrowing requirement by possibly as much as $30 bln over the next four years
14th Dec 20, 11:49am
14th Dec 20, 9:15am
Economists are picking a record economic recover in the September quarter, with GDP expected to grow by possibly as much as 14%
Economists are picking a record economic recover in the September quarter, with GDP expected to grow by possibly as much as 14%
14th Dec 20, 9:15am
20th Oct 20, 9:49am
Guy Trafford tracks the food trade of both China and the USA and analyses how New Zealand fits in to this hard-fought global market
Guy Trafford tracks the food trade of both China and the USA and analyses how New Zealand fits in to this hard-fought global market
20th Oct 20, 9:49am
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
22nd Sep 20, 2:13pm
The Chinese dairy category has been one of the strongest performers since COVID-19 but foreign dairy brands aren't sharing in these substantial market gains
The Chinese dairy category has been one of the strongest performers since COVID-19 but foreign dairy brands aren't sharing in these substantial market gains
22nd Sep 20, 2:13pm
21st Sep 20, 11:39am
Guy Trafford digests Fonterra's result for the year just gone and looks ahead at what the current season may bring
Guy Trafford digests Fonterra's result for the year just gone and looks ahead at what the current season may bring
21st Sep 20, 11:39am
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17th Sep 20, 10:58am
Statistics New Zealand says the 12.2% shrinkage of the economy in the June quarter is 'by far the largest on record in New Zealand'; the fall is in line with what major bank economists forecast
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Statistics New Zealand says the 12.2% shrinkage of the economy in the June quarter is 'by far the largest on record in New Zealand'; the fall is in line with what major bank economists forecast
17th Sep 20, 10:58am
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
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14th Sep 20, 1:37pm
The country is set to see its largest ever contraction in the economy reported this week - but the final figure's actually expected to be much smaller than first feared and the focus is already on how much the economy will grow by in the September quarter
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The country is set to see its largest ever contraction in the economy reported this week - but the final figure's actually expected to be much smaller than first feared and the focus is already on how much the economy will grow by in the September quarter
14th Sep 20, 1:37pm
11th Sep 20, 10:20am
The block on international travel has hit the daigou trade hard and provided surpercharged growth for established commercial channels of products that were traded that way
The block on international travel has hit the daigou trade hard and provided surpercharged growth for established commercial channels of products that were traded that way
11th Sep 20, 10:20am
26th Aug 20, 10:13am
Guy Trafford reviews the financial performance of stock market star, A2 Milk, a real money machine, and reveals what they pay their effective chief executives
Guy Trafford reviews the financial performance of stock market star, A2 Milk, a real money machine, and reveals what they pay their effective chief executives
26th Aug 20, 10:13am
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
New economic index being published by Treasury shows that activity plummeted 19% in April compared with a year earlier but then bounced back in May
30th Jun 20, 11:48am
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
18th Jun 20, 10:57am
Statistics New Zealand says there was a 'widespread drop in economic activity' in the March quarter; the fall was bigger than economists' estimates; worse is to come in the June quarter
Statistics New Zealand says there was a 'widespread drop in economic activity' in the March quarter; the fall was bigger than economists' estimates; worse is to come in the June quarter
18th Jun 20, 10:57am
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
15th Jun 20, 11:11am
GDP figures out this week for the March quarter will show a fall in economic activity - but this will just be a taste of what is to come in the June quarter
GDP figures out this week for the March quarter will show a fall in economic activity - but this will just be a taste of what is to come in the June quarter
15th Jun 20, 11:11am

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