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Back to the coffee grind - Worldline’s payment network sees 41% jump in Auckland & Northland hospitality spending in first 7 days of traffic light system
13th Dec 21, 5:56pm
by Toby Allen
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Back to the coffee grind - Worldline’s payment network sees 41% jump in Auckland & Northland hospitality spending in first 7 days of traffic light system
Super-strong retail sales figures for the March quarter have got economists rethinking their thoughts that the country is experiencing a 'double dip' recession
25th May 21, 11:10am
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Super-strong retail sales figures for the March quarter have got economists rethinking their thoughts that the country is experiencing a 'double dip' recession
Statistics New Zealand says seasonally-adjusted electronic card spending dropped 3.2% in February - and in actual terms was 8.1% lower than in February 2020
10th Mar 21, 12:25pm
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Statistics New Zealand says seasonally-adjusted electronic card spending dropped 3.2% in February - and in actual terms was 8.1% lower than in February 2020
Statistics New Zealand says seasonally adjusted retail card spending dropped slightly in January; absence of international tourists hitting the hospitality industry
11th Feb 21, 11:34am
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Statistics New Zealand says seasonally adjusted retail card spending dropped slightly in January; absence of international tourists hitting the hospitality industry
Statistics New Zealand says retail sales values had the largest September quarter rise since the series began in 1995
23rd Nov 20, 10:56am
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Statistics New Zealand says retail sales values had the largest September quarter rise since the series began in 1995
Statistics New Zealand says spending on food and beverage services last month was the second highest in over 20 years following Auckland moving to Alert level 1 early in the month
10th Nov 20, 11:09am
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Statistics New Zealand says spending on food and beverage services last month was the second highest in over 20 years following Auckland moving to Alert level 1 early in the month
Some 45% of retailers report sales are now better than this time last year, Retail New Zealand says, with 78% confident or very confident their business will survive the next 12 months
2nd Oct 20, 9:30am
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Some 45% of retailers report sales are now better than this time last year, Retail New Zealand says, with 78% confident or very confident their business will survive the next 12 months
Statistics New Zealand says retail card spending slumped by over half a billion dollars in August as Auckland entered Covid-19 alert level 3
10th Sep 20, 11:01am
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Statistics New Zealand says retail card spending slumped by over half a billion dollars in August as Auckland entered Covid-19 alert level 3
Statistics New Zealand says on a seasonally adjusted basis retail spending leapt 79% in May as businesses reopened after the April lockdown
11th Jun 20, 11:51am
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Statistics New Zealand says on a seasonally adjusted basis retail spending leapt 79% in May as businesses reopened after the April lockdown
Statistics New Zealand says the impact of the lockdown saw each New Zealander on average spending about $520 less in April than they did in March
11th May 20, 10:58am
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Statistics New Zealand says the impact of the lockdown saw each New Zealander on average spending about $520 less in April than they did in March
Retailers are hoping for a busy last two days and post-Christmas rush as lackluster retail sales growth so far portents only a very modest boost in 2019
23rd Dec 19, 4:29pm
by admin
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Retailers are hoping for a busy last two days and post-Christmas rush as lackluster retail sales growth so far portents only a very modest boost in 2019
Surprising analysts, December retail sales end 2018 on a very weak note, even after removing the impact of falling petrol prices
16th Jan 19, 11:43am
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Surprising analysts, December retail sales end 2018 on a very weak note, even after removing the impact of falling petrol prices
What happened while we were away: Auckland housing market cools, shock death of SBS CEO, S&P helps with retention of off-quarter GDS, Harmoney chairman exits & more
19th Jan 16, 9:22am
What happened while we were away: Auckland housing market cools, shock death of SBS CEO, S&P helps with retention of off-quarter GDS, Harmoney chairman exits & more
NZD pushes up to 96.48 AUc, a new record post-float high, on strong NZ retail sales data for December quarter. PSI also higher
16th Feb 15, 11:24am
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NZD pushes up to 96.48 AUc, a new record post-float high, on strong NZ retail sales data for December quarter. PSI also higher
Strong January retail sales sets up 2015 for 'continued growth during 2015' says Paymark. Increases especially strong in Auckland, despite falls in petrol prices
4th Feb 15, 10:36am
by Guest
Strong January retail sales sets up 2015 for 'continued growth during 2015' says Paymark. Increases especially strong in Auckland, despite falls in petrol prices
A record breaking Christmas Eve and a strong Boxing Day says the Paymark network
27th Dec 14, 5:35pm
by Guest
A record breaking Christmas Eve and a strong Boxing Day says the Paymark network
Highest ever spending yesterday on the Paymark network
24th Dec 14, 4:14pm
by Guest
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Highest ever spending yesterday on the Paymark network
Retail sales volumes lifted by 1.2% on a seasonally-basis in the December quarter, according to Statistics New Zealand
17th Feb 14, 10:51am
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Retail sales volumes lifted by 1.2% on a seasonally-basis in the December quarter, according to Statistics New Zealand
Friday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, GM food, GST, ivory, organ donors, plus Dilbert x4, Clarke & Dawe and more
15th Nov 13, 10:20am
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Friday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, GM food, GST, ivory, organ donors, plus Dilbert x4, Clarke & Dawe and more
Statistics New Zealand says retail spending was flat in the September quarter
14th Nov 13, 10:50am
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Statistics New Zealand says retail spending was flat in the September quarter
Higher consumer spending matched by higher employment, so "not yet leading to an inefficient allocation of resources"
11th Nov 13, 3:23pm
by Guest
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Higher consumer spending matched by higher employment, so "not yet leading to an inefficient allocation of resources"
Ex-Vodafone, ihug and Pacific Fibre executive Mark Rushworth to succeed Simon Tong as Paymark's CEO
7th Nov 13, 2:58pm
Ex-Vodafone, ihug and Pacific Fibre executive Mark Rushworth to succeed Simon Tong as Paymark's CEO
Bernard Hickey says that after six long years in recession, normal patterns of spending, employment and consumerism should be emerging, but they're not
18th Aug 13, 6:13am
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Bernard Hickey says that after six long years in recession, normal patterns of spending, employment and consumerism should be emerging, but they're not
Statistics New Zealand reports that 'core' retail sales have their best quarter since December 2006
14th Aug 13, 10:53am
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Statistics New Zealand reports that 'core' retail sales have their best quarter since December 2006
Economists suggest strong economic data may push the bank to hike interest rates earlier than planned
15th Feb 13, 4:13pm
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Economists suggest strong economic data may push the bank to hike interest rates earlier than planned