Dairy prices

6th Oct 14, 7:09am
US jobless rate drops, surge in employment; Brazil heads to polls; Hong Kong braces for Monday; AU-China FTA deal on knife-edge; oil sharply lower; NZ$1 = US$0.776, TWI = 76.3
US jobless rate drops, surge in employment; Brazil heads to polls; Hong Kong braces for Monday; AU-China FTA deal on knife-edge; oil sharply lower; NZ$1 = US$0.776, TWI = 76.3
6th Oct 14, 7:09am
3rd Oct 14, 7:29am
ECB asset buying plan underwhelms; IMF downbeat; AU-China FTA may fail; US jobless claims fall; oil price sinks; UST 10yr 2.42%; NZ$1 = US$0.788, TWI = 76.7
ECB asset buying plan underwhelms; IMF downbeat; AU-China FTA may fail; US jobless claims fall; oil price sinks; UST 10yr 2.42%; NZ$1 = US$0.788, TWI = 76.7
3rd Oct 14, 7:29am
2nd Oct 14, 9:36am
ANZ cuts its forecast Fonterra 2014/15 milk price payout by 40c, puts call for next OCR hike in March under review
ANZ cuts its forecast Fonterra 2014/15 milk price payout by 40c, puts call for next OCR hike in March under review
2nd Oct 14, 9:36am
2nd Oct 14, 7:40am
US employment grows but construction falls; German bonds yield less than 1%; GDT dairy prices fall sharply; UST 10y 2.43%; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.2
US employment grows but construction falls; German bonds yield less than 1%; GDT dairy prices fall sharply; UST 10y 2.43%; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.2
2nd Oct 14, 7:40am
1st Oct 14, 3:31pm
Rabobank sets the bears among the cows, puts the blame on China
Rabobank sets the bears among the cows, puts the blame on China
1st Oct 14, 3:31pm
1st Oct 14, 7:32am
US consumer confidence falls sharply; oil and gold retreat; China factories expand; EU threatens Ireland over tax deals; iron ore price tanks; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.1
US consumer confidence falls sharply; oil and gold retreat; China factories expand; EU threatens Ireland over tax deals; iron ore price tanks; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.1
1st Oct 14, 7:32am
30th Sep 14, 7:36am
US consumer spending rises, house sales fall; post-Gross Pimco bleeds funds; Hong Kong on edge; UST 10yr 2.49%, NZD stabilises overnight; NZ$1 = US$0.777, TWI = 75.8
US consumer spending rises, house sales fall; post-Gross Pimco bleeds funds; Hong Kong on edge; UST 10yr 2.49%, NZD stabilises overnight; NZ$1 = US$0.777, TWI = 75.8
30th Sep 14, 7:36am
29th Sep 14, 1:42pm
Roger J Kerr argues it's hard to see the NZ$ plummeting another 10c against the US$ as it has done since mid-July
Roger J Kerr argues it's hard to see the NZ$ plummeting another 10c against the US$ as it has done since mid-July
29th Sep 14, 1:42pm
25th Sep 14, 2:13pm
RBNZ Governor Graeme Wheeler says NZ$ 'well above sustainable level', susceptible to significant value drop
RBNZ Governor Graeme Wheeler says NZ$ 'well above sustainable level', susceptible to significant value drop
25th Sep 14, 2:13pm
25th Sep 14, 7:27am
US new housing surge; Dudley worried; China consumer sentiment falls; RBA sees investors distorting housing markets; NZ$1 = US$0.807, TWI = 78.2
US new housing surge; Dudley worried; China consumer sentiment falls; RBA sees investors distorting housing markets; NZ$1 = US$0.807, TWI = 78.2
25th Sep 14, 7:27am
24th Sep 14, 7:31am
US factories hum, China better, Eurozone struggling; US protects tax base; China acts on housing; commodity prices weaken; NZ$1 = US$0.806, TWI = 78.1
US factories hum, China better, Eurozone struggling; US protects tax base; China acts on housing; commodity prices weaken; NZ$1 = US$0.806, TWI = 78.1
24th Sep 14, 7:31am
23rd Sep 14, 7:26am
US housing in surprise fall; US stocks fall; UST 10yr yields down; oil falls further; silver at 4yr low, gold down; AU dollar slides; NZ$1 = US$0.811, TWI = 78.6
US housing in surprise fall; US stocks fall; UST 10yr yields down; oil falls further; silver at 4yr low, gold down; AU dollar slides; NZ$1 = US$0.811, TWI = 78.6
23rd Sep 14, 7:26am
22nd Sep 14, 7:16am
Growth concerns in the US, China and Europe; Australia grows ag jobs fast; UST 10yr 2.58%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = US$0.813, TWI = 78.6
Growth concerns in the US, China and Europe; Australia grows ag jobs fast; UST 10yr 2.58%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = US$0.813, TWI = 78.6
22nd Sep 14, 7:16am
19th Sep 14, 7:22am
US households wealthier; US jobless claims in big drop; Irish economy grows fast; ECB plans falls flat; UST 10yr 2.63%; NZ$1 = US$0.814, TWI = 78.4
US households wealthier; US jobless claims in big drop; Irish economy grows fast; ECB plans falls flat; UST 10yr 2.63%; NZ$1 = US$0.814, TWI = 78.4
19th Sep 14, 7:22am
18th Sep 14, 7:17am
Fed stays the course with unchanged signals; papers show US rates may rise 1% next year; focus shifts to UK and Scottish vote; UST 10yr 2.57%; NZ$1 = US$0.816, TWI = 78.3
Fed stays the course with unchanged signals; papers show US rates may rise 1% next year; focus shifts to UK and Scottish vote; UST 10yr 2.57%; NZ$1 = US$0.816, TWI = 78.3
18th Sep 14, 7:17am
17th Sep 14, 12:48pm
ASB, Westpac both cut their 2014-15 forecast Fonterra payout by 50c to $5.30 per kg of milk solids
ASB, Westpac both cut their 2014-15 forecast Fonterra payout by 50c to $5.30 per kg of milk solids
17th Sep 14, 12:48pm
17th Sep 14, 7:23am
Dairy prices don't fall; China's latest QE; China FDI sinks; corruption enquiry targets NZ; UST 10yr 2.57%; NZ$1 = US$0.818, TWI = 78.5
Dairy prices don't fall; China's latest QE; China FDI sinks; corruption enquiry targets NZ; UST 10yr 2.57%; NZ$1 = US$0.818, TWI = 78.5
17th Sep 14, 7:23am
16th Sep 14, 10:14am
ANZ sees 'downside risk' to prices at tonight’s Fonterra auction, expects co-operative's forecast to be cut from $6 towards $5.25kg MS
ANZ sees 'downside risk' to prices at tonight’s Fonterra auction, expects co-operative's forecast to be cut from $6 towards $5.25kg MS
16th Sep 14, 10:14am
10th Sep 14, 1:48pm
Christian Hawkesby says global markets will focus on the need for a cue on the US Federal Reserve's post QE roadmap
Christian Hawkesby says global markets will focus on the need for a cue on the US Federal Reserve's post QE roadmap
10th Sep 14, 1:48pm
3rd Sep 14, 10:04am
ANZ cuts its Fonterra 2014-15 milk price forecast to $5.25/kg MS, which would represent a $5.1b annual drop in farmers' revenue
ANZ cuts its Fonterra 2014-15 milk price forecast to $5.25/kg MS, which would represent a $5.1b annual drop in farmers' revenue
3rd Sep 14, 10:04am

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