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21 Feb 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; TSB trims TD rates, only 87 farms sold in January, lifestyle blocks a harder sell, job vacancies stay high, CPTPP analysis released, swaps stable, NZD unchanged
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21 Feb 18, 8:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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21 Feb 18, 8:25am
A heavy wave of US T-bill and Treasury bond issuance starts week to support widening US fiscal deficit. Bid-cover lowest in a decade, foreign central banks buying
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21 Feb 18, 8:22am
USD major currency TWI is up 0.5% for the session, taking its cumulative gain since the intraday low on Friday to 1.5%; NZD has traded in a tight range overnight and sits this morning around 0.7350 USD; GBP has been the strongest of the majors
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21 Feb 18, 7:47am
Dairy prices retain gains; Wall Street opens stable; HSBC reports giant results; EU confidence dips; RBA sees no acute threats; UST 10yr at 2.91%; oil holds and gold drops; NZ$1 = 73.5 USc; TWI-5 = 74.5
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20 Feb 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; mortgage and TD rate cuts, housing confidence soggy, auction success fades, producer prices rise, swaps firm, bitcoin leaps, NZD marginally softer
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20 Feb 18, 8:41am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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20 Feb 18, 8:30am
USD has wriggled higher, adding to the recovery it started late last week; NZDUSD pushed slowly higher yesterday reaching 0.7410 before drifting lower; AUD slightly outperformed the NZD overnight, checking the recent gains in NZDAUD
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20 Feb 18, 7:37am
Latvian scandal widens; Indian fraud clearer, Japan exports jump, Singapore raises taxes; China stirs concerns; NAB sharpens axe; UST 10yr at 2.87%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 73.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74.5
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19 Feb 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; some minor TD rate changes, no employment growth, GMT's new $100 mln bond offer, Mitchell in ring, swaps slip, 90 day bill rate up, NZD firms
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19 Feb 18, 9:26am
Roger J Kerr says world markets are now clearly focusing on the long term economic determinants of the US dollar's value
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19 Feb 18, 8:36am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, February 19, 2018
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19 Feb 18, 8:22am
Various USD indices recovered by 0.8-0.9% by the close of the week; NZD was modestly higher on most of the crosses; EUR was the weakest, closing near 1.2400 USD
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19 Feb 18, 7:54am
US public holiday brings light calendar. Impressive US data overshadowed by Mueller's indictments, and impending tariff actions. Fed minutes eyed for clues about number of hikes
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19 Feb 18, 7:26am
US housing starts rise; US sentiment up; Canada housing sales slip; ECB and Lativian central banker in corruption scandal; ASIC mulls action on dodgy advice; UST 10yr at 2.87%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 73.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.8
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17 Feb 18, 8:48am
US housing starts rise; US consumer sentiment rises, Canada house sales fall; China visitors flood in; NZ regions boom; UST 10yr 2.89%; Fear index high; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 74 USc; TWI-5 = 74.6
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16 Feb 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; more hot mortgage rates, regional drive, dairy price signals up, population close to 5 mln, PMI recovers, swaps slip, bitcoin jumps, NZD goes sideways
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16 Feb 18, 8:22am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, February 16, 2018
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16 Feb 18, 8:14am
Equities signal risk-on but bonds don't play by the same script. EU surplus with US grows. NZ rates play catchup with USTs with NZG 10yr yield rising
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16 Feb 18, 8:11am
JPY and CHF that have outperformed over the past 24 hours, while the USD is lower against all the majors; GBP has also performed well; NZD trades this morning at 0.7380 near the level at the NZ close; AUD has been the worst performer for the day
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