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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
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
FMA cautions new investors against piling into the NZX if they haven't done their homework, as its Aussie counterpart proves retail investors trying to time the market are failing miserably
8th May 20, 2:22pm
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FMA cautions new investors against piling into the NZX if they haven't done their homework, as its Aussie counterpart proves retail investors trying to time the market are failing miserably
Morningstar analyst Nathan Zaia argues Latitude Financial Group is highly leveraged, exposed to lower credit quality and exposed to the competitive threat of rival buy now, pay later service providers
10th Oct 19, 10:15am
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Morningstar analyst Nathan Zaia argues Latitude Financial Group is highly leveraged, exposed to lower credit quality and exposed to the competitive threat of rival buy now, pay later service providers
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says unless 2019 includes widespread and significant wage gains, he doesn’t expect much big-picture improvement this year
15th Jan 19, 1:09pm
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says unless 2019 includes widespread and significant wage gains, he doesn’t expect much big-picture improvement this year
Should you invest in an asset class at a bad time in the market cycle just to achieve diversification? Jenée Tibshraeny asks Martin Hawes
21st Jul 18, 10:16am
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Should you invest in an asset class at a bad time in the market cycle just to achieve diversification? Jenée Tibshraeny asks Martin Hawes
Patrick Watson sees cracks appearing in the bull market and says now's the time to look for opportunities to take profits and reduce exposure
5th Apr 18, 10:48am
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Patrick Watson sees cracks appearing in the bull market and says now's the time to look for opportunities to take profits and reduce exposure
John Mauldin looks at Facebook & other 'FAANG' stocks & says whenever it happens the next downturn will be the first socially networked recession and bear market
27th Mar 18, 2:19pm
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John Mauldin looks at Facebook & other 'FAANG' stocks & says whenever it happens the next downturn will be the first socially networked recession and bear market
Gareth Vaughan hopes UDC will be allowed to stick to its knitting whatever eventuates from ANZ's attempts to sell the finance company
22nd Mar 18, 10:16am
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Gareth Vaughan hopes UDC will be allowed to stick to its knitting whatever eventuates from ANZ's attempts to sell the finance company
In 1988, 1998 and 2008, NZ’s economy took a beating due to a crisis the year prior – some have termed it 'the curse of the eight'; as NZ makes its way through 2018, there is a sense of optimism the curse may have been broken
4th Mar 18, 7:24am
by Jason Walls
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In 1988, 1998 and 2008, NZ’s economy took a beating due to a crisis the year prior – some have termed it 'the curse of the eight'; as NZ makes its way through 2018, there is a sense of optimism the curse may have been broken
Milford Asset Management's Stephen Johnston compares the biggest listed companies of 2008 with those of today, detailing what has changed and why
3rd Feb 18, 7:25am
by Guest
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Milford Asset Management's Stephen Johnston compares the biggest listed companies of 2008 with those of today, detailing what has changed and why
JBWere strategist who raised concerns about the share market's future in 2010, now says a slump in new listings, risks associated with an over-valued market & tax distortions aren't enough to prevent the NZX from growing
17th Nov 17, 7:36am
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JBWere strategist who raised concerns about the share market's future in 2010, now says a slump in new listings, risks associated with an over-valued market & tax distortions aren't enough to prevent the NZX from growing
Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby sees some scope for policy to be more adventurous over time under the new government
20th Oct 17, 3:02pm
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Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby sees some scope for policy to be more adventurous over time under the new government
JBWere's Bernard Doyle on NZ's productivity recession, population growth driving economic growth & advice for NZ sharemarket investors to reduce their holdings
10th Aug 17, 4:38pm
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JBWere's Bernard Doyle on NZ's productivity recession, population growth driving economic growth & advice for NZ sharemarket investors to reduce their holdings
Dexibit, which uses data and analytics to provide insights into visitor behaviour for museums, wins fintech innovation challenge
9th Nov 16, 9:43am
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Dexibit, which uses data and analytics to provide insights into visitor behaviour for museums, wins fintech innovation challenge
Martin Hawes on how to make money from money rather than property
9th Aug 16, 11:37am
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Martin Hawes on how to make money from money rather than property
Reserve Bank outlines proposed two part crisis management framework for systemically important financial market infrastructures
5th Aug 16, 10:10am
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Reserve Bank outlines proposed two part crisis management framework for systemically important financial market infrastructures
Mortgage broking & P2P lending the start of a Fintech journey for John Bolton's Squirrel as FMA mulls 3 more P2P applicants
11th Aug 15, 4:01pm
Mortgage broking & P2P lending the start of a Fintech journey for John Bolton's Squirrel as FMA mulls 3 more P2P applicants
China: the Known Unknown. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at propping up the sharemarket, provincial debt, capital leakage, 'real' GDP, the labour market, dissent, Dilbert and more
24th Jul 15, 10:01am
by Guest
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China: the Known Unknown. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at propping up the sharemarket, provincial debt, capital leakage, 'real' GDP, the labour market, dissent, Dilbert and more
OECD highlights the dangers of 'credit over expansion' and the benefits of macro-prudential tools to combat it
20th Jun 15, 7:02am
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OECD highlights the dangers of 'credit over expansion' and the benefits of macro-prudential tools to combat it
NZX's new sharemarket NXT aims to fill funding hole identified by Capital Markets Development Taskforce for SMEs keen to grow
27th Jan 15, 2:28pm
NZX's new sharemarket NXT aims to fill funding hole identified by Capital Markets Development Taskforce for SMEs keen to grow
Brian Gaynor says he's not quite as positive as he was a year ago, warns of damage from house price correction at some point
21st Jan 15, 1:13pm
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Brian Gaynor says he's not quite as positive as he was a year ago, warns of damage from house price correction at some point
Simon Reichenbach on the battle for audience; NZME's prospects; David Kirk's new venture; local oil; solar energy; Tiwai Point's future; 3D printing; Dilbert & more
20th Oct 14, 2:02pm
by Guest
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Simon Reichenbach on the battle for audience; NZME's prospects; David Kirk's new venture; local oil; solar energy; Tiwai Point's future; 3D printing; Dilbert & more
Majority of respondents to FMA survey erroneously think NZ bank deposits are guaranteed
14th Oct 14, 9:59am
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Majority of respondents to FMA survey erroneously think NZ bank deposits are guaranteed
Milford Asset Management's Brian Gaynor on his expectations for the economy, sharemarket, house prices, interest rates and the NZ$ in 2014
29th Jan 14, 1:57pm
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Milford Asset Management's Brian Gaynor on his expectations for the economy, sharemarket, house prices, interest rates and the NZ$ in 2014
Bernard Hickey looks at whether Xero has what it takes to become the 'Facebook of business'
10th Nov 13, 7:47am
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Bernard Hickey looks at whether Xero has what it takes to become the 'Facebook of business'