Dairy prices

20th Oct 14, 7:26am
US housing and consumer confidence rebound; China pumps in another $40 bln; Ukraine gas deal close; Oil down but petrol up; NZ$1 = US$0.793, TWI = 76.9
US housing and consumer confidence rebound; China pumps in another $40 bln; Ukraine gas deal close; Oil down but petrol up; NZ$1 = US$0.793, TWI = 76.9
20th Oct 14, 7:26am
17th Oct 14, 7:22am
US data shows healthy gains; Bullard says QE may continue; China lending rises; Wall Street higher; UST 10yr 2.13%; gold down, oil up; NZ$1 = US$0.796, TWI = 77
US data shows healthy gains; Bullard says QE may continue; China lending rises; Wall Street higher; UST 10yr 2.13%; gold down, oil up; NZ$1 = US$0.796, TWI = 77
17th Oct 14, 7:22am
16th Oct 14, 7:33am
Dairy prices up in USD; equity markets tumble; economic data uninspiring; US Govt has big Sept surplus; oil price slumps; NZ$1 = US$0.794, TWI = 77
Dairy prices up in USD; equity markets tumble; economic data uninspiring; US Govt has big Sept surplus; oil price slumps; NZ$1 = US$0.794, TWI = 77
16th Oct 14, 7:33am
15th Oct 14, 7:29am
Ireland closes tax loophole; German growth falls sharply; China loosens monetary conditions; UST 10yr 2.22%, oil prices sink; (NZ rich!); NZ$1 = US$0.786, TWI = 76.5
Ireland closes tax loophole; German growth falls sharply; China loosens monetary conditions; UST 10yr 2.22%, oil prices sink; (NZ rich!); NZ$1 = US$0.786, TWI = 76.5
15th Oct 14, 7:29am
14th Oct 14, 8:00am
ANZ economists say the odds of the RBNZ sitting out 2015 are growing by the day with an 'extended policy siesta' possible
ANZ economists say the odds of the RBNZ sitting out 2015 are growing by the day with an 'extended policy siesta' possible
14th Oct 14, 8:00am
14th Oct 14, 7:23am
China reports strong-than-expected exports and imports; but China vehicle sales stall; Aussie lending up strongly; oil down; UST 10yr yields fall further; NZ$1 = US$0.788, TWI = 76.7
China reports strong-than-expected exports and imports; but China vehicle sales stall; Aussie lending up strongly; oil down; UST 10yr yields fall further; NZ$1 = US$0.788, TWI = 76.7
14th Oct 14, 7:23am
13th Oct 14, 7:23am
UST 10yr yield down to 2.29%; TIPS yields virtually disappear; PIMCO suffers big outflow; US and UK regulators practice for crisis; NZ$1 = US$0.781, TWI = 76.3
UST 10yr yield down to 2.29%; TIPS yields virtually disappear; PIMCO suffers big outflow; US and UK regulators practice for crisis; NZ$1 = US$0.781, TWI = 76.3
13th Oct 14, 7:23am
10th Oct 14, 10:01am
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Friday's Top 10: Shamubeel Eaqub on ending corporate welfare, repay or repent, preventing the next GFC, fancy modelling vs common sense, Dilbert and more
Friday's Top 10: Shamubeel Eaqub on ending corporate welfare, repay or repent, preventing the next GFC, fancy modelling vs common sense, Dilbert and more
10th Oct 14, 10:01am
10th Oct 14, 7:28am
Lower US jobless claims; German exports plunge; China smog and new coal tariffs; ASIC damns life insurance industry; NZ$1 = US$0.787, TWI = 76.5
Lower US jobless claims; German exports plunge; China smog and new coal tariffs; ASIC damns life insurance industry; NZ$1 = US$0.787, TWI = 76.5
10th Oct 14, 7:28am
9th Oct 14, 7:14am
IMF wants Germany to do more, worried about low interest rates; US budget deficit lower; AU jobs mirage; bond rates fall; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = US$0.781, TWI = 76.1
IMF wants Germany to do more, worried about low interest rates; US budget deficit lower; AU jobs mirage; bond rates fall; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = US$0.781, TWI = 76.1
9th Oct 14, 7:14am
8th Oct 14, 7:09am
IMF cuts global growth forecast; US jobs openings at 13 yr high; AU construction booming; borrow your down payment in China; grim German data; NZ$1 = US$0.783, TWI = 76.2
IMF cuts global growth forecast; US jobs openings at 13 yr high; AU construction booming; borrow your down payment in China; grim German data; NZ$1 = US$0.783, TWI = 76.2
8th Oct 14, 7:09am
7th Oct 14, 7:16am
China growth forecasts cut; EU to tackle French deficit stance; German orders fall; US sees jobs and spending strength; oil down on oversupply; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.2
China growth forecasts cut; EU to tackle French deficit stance; German orders fall; US sees jobs and spending strength; oil down on oversupply; NZ$1 = US$0.779, TWI = 76.2
7th Oct 14, 7:16am
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

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