dairy

29th Apr 16, 11:17am
Higher European dairy production is bad news for New Zealand with no tapering off evident, and their cranking up of WMP production
Higher European dairy production is bad news for New Zealand with no tapering off evident, and their cranking up of WMP production
29th Apr 16, 11:17am
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28th Apr 16, 7:58am
Heated property market and dairy downturn bolster banks' bottom lines as their interest rate margins fall, according to KPMG's quarterly FIPS report
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Heated property market and dairy downturn bolster banks' bottom lines as their interest rate margins fall, according to KPMG's quarterly FIPS report
28th Apr 16, 7:58am
21st Apr 16, 7:23am
Keith Woodford says predicting a specific season's milk payout price will always mislead; the best we can do is target a range over a longer time period
Keith Woodford says predicting a specific season's milk payout price will always mislead; the best we can do is target a range over a longer time period
21st Apr 16, 7:23am
8th Apr 16, 9:03am
Keith Woodford sees the huge dairy operations in the US being globally competitive but not focused on commodity markets
Keith Woodford sees the huge dairy operations in the US being globally competitive but not focused on commodity markets
8th Apr 16, 9:03am
29th Mar 16, 6:57pm
Treasury, MBIE warn Government that big influx of students and holiday-makers on work visas in low productivity jobs is reducing skill levels of migration programme; warns some employers taking easy, cheap option of migrants vs locals
Treasury, MBIE warn Government that big influx of students and holiday-makers on work visas in low productivity jobs is reducing skill levels of migration programme; warns some employers taking easy, cheap option of migrants vs locals
29th Mar 16, 6:57pm
28th Mar 16, 5:40pm
Allan Barber assesses Fonterra's disastrous attempts to justify its startling strong-arming of suppliers and thinks these actions point to wider management problems
Allan Barber assesses Fonterra's disastrous attempts to justify its startling strong-arming of suppliers and thinks these actions point to wider management problems
28th Mar 16, 5:40pm
24th Mar 16, 2:50pm
Keith Woodford says it is wrong to say that the European industry survives only because of subsidies
Keith Woodford says it is wrong to say that the European industry survives only because of subsidies
24th Mar 16, 2:50pm
24th Mar 16, 11:35am
Allan Barber surveys Fonterra's unrelenting optimism and wonders whether its latest result was really as good as it could have been and if the dairy giant really is now in a more robust condition
Allan Barber surveys Fonterra's unrelenting optimism and wonders whether its latest result was really as good as it could have been and if the dairy giant really is now in a more robust condition
24th Mar 16, 11:35am
23rd Mar 16, 2:52pm
Keith Woodford gets under the hood of Fonterra's half year profit announcement and looks at what some of the figures tell us
Keith Woodford gets under the hood of Fonterra's half year profit announcement and looks at what some of the figures tell us
23rd Mar 16, 2:52pm
23rd Mar 16, 1:48pm
Fonterra CEO sees 5.5%/yr compound demand growth in global dairy markets by 2020; says European suppliers can't respond to that as limited by environment and herd size; Chairman says cash loan was unique to 2015/6; no plans to do it again
Fonterra CEO sees 5.5%/yr compound demand growth in global dairy markets by 2020; says European suppliers can't respond to that as limited by environment and herd size; Chairman says cash loan was unique to 2015/6; no plans to do it again
23rd Mar 16, 1:48pm
20th Mar 16, 5:02am
The big four banks may have chosen to protect their margins at the expense of borrowers, but Bernard Hickey asks if that is such a bad thing in the short term
The big four banks may have chosen to protect their margins at the expense of borrowers, but Bernard Hickey asks if that is such a bad thing in the short term
20th Mar 16, 5:02am
17th Mar 16, 8:18am
Keith Woodford wants Fonterra to get rid of the spin, communicate with its shareholders and other stakeholders with transparency, through good times and bad
Keith Woodford wants Fonterra to get rid of the spin, communicate with its shareholders and other stakeholders with transparency, through good times and bad
17th Mar 16, 8:18am
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16th Mar 16, 2:01pm
Citing stress test results, RBNZ says banks could post losses of up to 8% on dairy loans, which now are more than NZ$38 bln; says losses can be absorbed from profit rather than capital
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Citing stress test results, RBNZ says banks could post losses of up to 8% on dairy loans, which now are more than NZ$38 bln; says losses can be absorbed from profit rather than capital
16th Mar 16, 2:01pm
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15th Mar 16, 2:28pm
English, Guy see public and competitive pressure eventually forcing banks to pass on OCR cut to dairy farmers; Labour says regulation should be an option if banks don't pass on cuts; says time to pass on cuts, not further profits
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English, Guy see public and competitive pressure eventually forcing banks to pass on OCR cut to dairy farmers; Labour says regulation should be an option if banks don't pass on cuts; says time to pass on cuts, not further profits
15th Mar 16, 2:28pm
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15th Mar 16, 8:31am
ANZ, Westpac, ASB & Rabobank still reviewing whether they'll cut floating lending rates for farmers; BNZ yet to respond to questions
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ANZ, Westpac, ASB & Rabobank still reviewing whether they'll cut floating lending rates for farmers; BNZ yet to respond to questions
15th Mar 16, 8:31am
11th Mar 16, 9:12am
Allan Barber wonders why it took the SOE so long to action a change of strategy toward high value consumers, suspects it's making a virtue out of necessity
Allan Barber wonders why it took the SOE so long to action a change of strategy toward high value consumers, suspects it's making a virtue out of necessity
11th Mar 16, 9:12am
9th Mar 16, 5:06pm
Treasury boss & NZTE adviser say exporters need to look beyond China & become more culturally savvy to survive in an Asian market
Treasury boss & NZTE adviser say exporters need to look beyond China & become more culturally savvy to survive in an Asian market
9th Mar 16, 5:06pm
9th Mar 16, 4:56pm
Keith Woodford finds no silver bullet on how to make the right choices in the cost control battle - but he does find 'lots of little things' will give cost efficiency
Keith Woodford finds no silver bullet on how to make the right choices in the cost control battle - but he does find 'lots of little things' will give cost efficiency
9th Mar 16, 4:56pm
9th Mar 16, 4:27pm
Labour attacks Fonterra and CEO Theo Spierings in Parliament; calls on Key to denounce CEO; Key distances Govt from Spierings; reassures again on 'medium term outlook' for dairy; English says farmers shouldn't wait for price rebound
Labour attacks Fonterra and CEO Theo Spierings in Parliament; calls on Key to denounce CEO; Key distances Govt from Spierings; reassures again on 'medium term outlook' for dairy; English says farmers shouldn't wait for price rebound
9th Mar 16, 4:27pm
8th Mar 16, 3:59pm
PM says European dairy production surge in 2015 a one-off; banks tell him they're being cautious; but a few very indebted farmers will go under; Govt not taking action on Fonterra's tougher payment terms for suppliers
PM says European dairy production surge in 2015 a one-off; banks tell him they're being cautious; but a few very indebted farmers will go under; Govt not taking action on Fonterra's tougher payment terms for suppliers
8th Mar 16, 3:59pm

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