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Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
6th May 22, 7:35am
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Friday breakfast briefing: Stagflation fears dominate financial markets, Bank of England hikes, modest oil supply increase from OPEC
Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
5th May 22, 7:30am
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Thursday breakfast briefing: US Fed hikes, eyes quantitative tightening from June, EU to ban Russian crude oil
Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
4th May 22, 7:25am
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Wednesday breakfast briefing: Reserve Bank of Australia rate hike sees NZ dollar drop, dairy prices tumble, equity markets remain choppy
Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
3rd May 22, 7:25am
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Tuesday breakfast briefing: US dollar strength, NZ dollar soft v greenback, US 10-year Treasury tops 3%, RBA rate rise expected
US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
2nd May 22, 7:24am
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US Fed, Reserve Bank of Australia & Bank of England expected to raise rates this week, with NZ unemployment set for a new low
A 106% rise in value of petroleum products compared with a year ago more than offset surging dairy export prices
21st Mar 22, 12:19pm
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A 106% rise in value of petroleum products compared with a year ago more than offset surging dairy export prices
Statistics NZ says September was the third record month in a row for imports, with the figure reaching $6.6 billion - up 30% on the same month a year ago
27th Oct 21, 11:20am
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Statistics NZ says September was the third record month in a row for imports, with the figure reaching $6.6 billion - up 30% on the same month a year ago
Jenée Tibshraeny on a Treasury analyst's concern our measure of inflation doesn't properly capture housing costs, crypto's male appeal, long commutes to work, and the RBNZ tapering bond purchases
22nd Jun 21, 10:00am
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Jenée Tibshraeny on a Treasury analyst's concern our measure of inflation doesn't properly capture housing costs, crypto's male appeal, long commutes to work, and the RBNZ tapering bond purchases
John Mauldin says the new era we're entering will bring challenges as well as opportunities, and it's time to think about changing your game if you're still playing the old one
25th Apr 21, 6:31am
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John Mauldin says the new era we're entering will bring challenges as well as opportunities, and it's time to think about changing your game if you're still playing the old one
Financial Markets Authority says advertising returns for the 12-month period to March 2021 could mislead investors - as it shows none of the severe February-March selloff in the markets last year but all of the subsequent recovery
21st Apr 21, 9:18am
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Financial Markets Authority says advertising returns for the 12-month period to March 2021 could mislead investors - as it shows none of the severe February-March selloff in the markets last year but all of the subsequent recovery
How trying to time the market by dipping in and out of the NZ share market could've costed or benefited you in 2020
20th Apr 21, 10:28am
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How trying to time the market by dipping in and out of the NZ share market could've costed or benefited you in 2020
Will the GameStop saga change the way markets operate? NZ's financial markets watchdog thinks it could; Traders and market watchers consider where to from here
5th Feb 21, 8:00am
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Will the GameStop saga change the way markets operate? NZ's financial markets watchdog thinks it could; Traders and market watchers consider where to from here
Economics research firm Capital Economics says the Wallstreetbets saga of recent days highlights how technology allows asset bubbles to inflate more quickly than in the past
2nd Feb 21, 1:17pm
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Economics research firm Capital Economics says the Wallstreetbets saga of recent days highlights how technology allows asset bubbles to inflate more quickly than in the past
Thousands of kiwis get in on GameStop action, as Sharesies users alone make $20 million of trades in two weeks
29th Jan 21, 4:52pm
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Thousands of kiwis get in on GameStop action, as Sharesies users alone make $20 million of trades in two weeks
Financial Markets Authority says NZX did not accept responsibility for known systemic issues and was slow to act
28th Jan 21, 8:30am
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Financial Markets Authority says NZX did not accept responsibility for known systemic issues and was slow to act
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
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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
Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
26th Oct 20, 6:47am
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Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
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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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 Super Fund has posted a return of 1.73% for the year to June, with the fund growing to $44.8 billion at year end
10th Sep 20, 12:03pm
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NZ Super Fund has posted a return of 1.73% for the year to June, with the fund growing to $44.8 billion at year end
NZX's network connectivity restored, after trading was halted for 3.5 hours today due to a second cyber attack; Commerce Minister says it doesn't look like the attack came from a state actor
26th Aug 20, 12:28pm
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NZX's network connectivity restored, after trading was halted for 3.5 hours today due to a second cyber attack; Commerce Minister says it doesn't look like the attack came from a state actor
NZX confirms offshore cyber attack led to trading halt  on Tuesday afternoon, as the S&P/NZX All Index neared a record high
25th Aug 20, 8:46pm
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NZX confirms offshore cyber attack led to trading halt  on Tuesday afternoon, as the S&P/NZX All Index neared a record high
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
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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
Why the Government needs to start paying attention to where the money being pumped into the economy via QE is going, and who's going to pay for it
18th Jun 20, 10:51am
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Why the Government needs to start paying attention to where the money being pumped into the economy via QE is going, and who's going to pay for it
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
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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
Both Sharesies and InvestNow hit the $500 million funds under management mark, as COVID-19 has seen people flock to the share market
11th Jun 20, 7:40am
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Both Sharesies and InvestNow hit the $500 million funds under management mark, as COVID-19 has seen people flock to the share market