investment

14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
25th Sep 20, 9:09am
Geoff Simmons makes a case for why TOP's tax policy is better than the Greens' wealth tax
Geoff Simmons makes a case for why TOP's tax policy is better than the Greens' wealth tax
25th Sep 20, 9:09am
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26th Aug 20, 9:00am
Bonus Bonds Scheme to be wound up by ANZ, with the bank blaming low interest rates reducing the investment returns of the scheme, and thus hitting the size of the prize pool
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Bonus Bonds Scheme to be wound up by ANZ, with the bank blaming low interest rates reducing the investment returns of the scheme, and thus hitting the size of the prize pool
26th Aug 20, 9:00am
30th Jul 20, 9:07am
Peter Dunne says what Judith Collins describes as money 'put aside for a rainy day' is far more than that
Peter Dunne says what Judith Collins describes as money 'put aside for a rainy day' is far more than that
30th Jul 20, 9:07am
25th Jul 20, 5:55am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Economy - Trade and Investment
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Economy - Trade and Investment
25th Jul 20, 5:55am
6th Jul 20, 10:48am
Swedish private equity company in legal battle with retirement village operator Metlifecare over an aborted takeover offer unexpectedly launches new takeover bid - but at lower price
Swedish private equity company in legal battle with retirement village operator Metlifecare over an aborted takeover offer unexpectedly launches new takeover bid - but at lower price
6th Jul 20, 10:48am
1st Jul 20, 2:35pm
TOP leader Geoff Simmons rips into the Greens' wealth tax policy, arguing it would be disastrous for New Zealand
TOP leader Geoff Simmons rips into the Greens' wealth tax policy, arguing it would be disastrous for New Zealand
1st Jul 20, 2:35pm
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
17th Jun 20, 11:44am
Latest information collated by the Financial Markets Authority shows that the volatility resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic saw 143 of the 270 KiwiSaver funds record negative returns in the March year
Latest information collated by the Financial Markets Authority shows that the volatility resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic saw 143 of the 270 KiwiSaver funds record negative returns in the March year
17th Jun 20, 11:44am
7th Jun 20, 9:21am
How to think about savings safety and returns. We build a template to help you think about alternatives to term deposits before you talk to a professional adviser
How to think about savings safety and returns. We build a template to help you think about alternatives to term deposits before you talk to a professional adviser
7th Jun 20, 9:21am
3rd May 20, 9:19am
Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
Stephen Toplis says that despite winning the virus battle, it is no time for complacency. The economic costs will be massive and we will be left with enduring problems
3rd May 20, 9:19am
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28th Apr 20, 11:44am
The Swedish private equity company looking to terminate its deal to buy Metlifecare says that the retirement village operator will be adversely affected by the virus over the next three financial years
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The Swedish private equity company looking to terminate its deal to buy Metlifecare says that the retirement village operator will be adversely affected by the virus over the next three financial years
28th Apr 20, 11:44am
8th Apr 20, 10:53am
In what could be a taste of things to come, an overseas buyer is seeking to walk away from an agreed deal to buy one of the country's largest retirement village operators
In what could be a taste of things to come, an overseas buyer is seeking to walk away from an agreed deal to buy one of the country's largest retirement village operators
8th Apr 20, 10:53am
7th Apr 20, 2:34pm
We have to hope that our fairly shallow pool of investment funds is able to support New Zealand businesses in the tough times ahead
We have to hope that our fairly shallow pool of investment funds is able to support New Zealand businesses in the tough times ahead
7th Apr 20, 2:34pm
2nd Apr 20, 1:57pm
Mercer's David Scobie says alongside being a human tragedy, March 2020 was one of the worst months for asset prices in modern history
Mercer's David Scobie says alongside being a human tragedy, March 2020 was one of the worst months for asset prices in modern history
2nd Apr 20, 1:57pm
20th Feb 20, 1:57pm
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NZ Super Fund posts 21.13% return for 2019, eyes a range of potential investments in New Zealand and overseas, especially in infrastructure and real estate
NZ Super Fund posts 21.13% return for 2019, eyes a range of potential investments in New Zealand and overseas, especially in infrastructure and real estate
20th Feb 20, 1:57pm
18th Feb 20, 9:52am
Mercer's David Scobie says share markets across the world were buoyant in the past year and New Zealand equities topped the table with an exceptional 32% return
Mercer's David Scobie says share markets across the world were buoyant in the past year and New Zealand equities topped the table with an exceptional 32% return
18th Feb 20, 9:52am
11th Jan 20, 9:04am
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Escalating tensions see more people pile into gold as an investment, looking for long term profits from rising uncertainty
Escalating tensions see more people pile into gold as an investment, looking for long term profits from rising uncertainty
11th Jan 20, 9:04am
19th Dec 19, 11:05am
Bruce Sheppard delves into the challenges of establishing what your personal purpose is and the shared purpose of businesses or families
Bruce Sheppard delves into the challenges of establishing what your personal purpose is and the shared purpose of businesses or families
19th Dec 19, 11:05am
21st Nov 19, 12:03pm
Benje Patterson explores the key contributors to private sector debt, as well as basic rules of thumb to put this debt in context
Benje Patterson explores the key contributors to private sector debt, as well as basic rules of thumb to put this debt in context
21st Nov 19, 12:03pm
21st Nov 19, 10:46am
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Commerce Commission says telecoms retail sector providers generated highest number of complaints, while there were also considerable numbers of complaints about online ticket selling
Commerce Commission says telecoms retail sector providers generated highest number of complaints, while there were also considerable numbers of complaints about online ticket selling
21st Nov 19, 10:46am
23rd Oct 19, 1:22pm
A lift in housing activity could help to give the economy 'a bit of a kick', ANZ economists say
A lift in housing activity could help to give the economy 'a bit of a kick', ANZ economists say
23rd Oct 19, 1:22pm
20th Oct 19, 6:02am
David Hargreaves says the Government's supposed year of delivery has been a non-starter. But key decisions in the final two months of the year may set the tone for the economy in 2020
David Hargreaves says the Government's supposed year of delivery has been a non-starter. But key decisions in the final two months of the year may set the tone for the economy in 2020
20th Oct 19, 6:02am
17th Oct 19, 10:54am
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New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
17th Oct 19, 10:54am

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