covid-19

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26th Mar 20, 9:09am
The Warehouse says it did believe it was an 'essential service' at the time it stated so to the sharemarket; has now cancelled its dividend; profit guidance withdrawn; share price falls
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The Warehouse says it did believe it was an 'essential service' at the time it stated so to the sharemarket; has now cancelled its dividend; profit guidance withdrawn; share price falls
26th Mar 20, 9:09am
25th Mar 20, 3:45pm
Whether it was down to early coronavirus concerns, or just increased worries over affordability, first home buyers pulled back sharply from the market last month
Whether it was down to early coronavirus concerns, or just increased worries over affordability, first home buyers pulled back sharply from the market last month
25th Mar 20, 3:45pm
25th Mar 20, 3:01pm
BNZ's head of research Stephen Toplis has 'pencilled in' a -5% fall in economic activity for the June quarter 'but it could easily be more than double this': Unemployment may later hit 9%
BNZ's head of research Stephen Toplis has 'pencilled in' a -5% fall in economic activity for the June quarter 'but it could easily be more than double this': Unemployment may later hit 9%
25th Mar 20, 3:01pm
25th Mar 20, 1:39pm
Latest release of daily trade data from Stats NZ shows that exports last week were 3.7% ahead of the equivalent week a year ago, but imports were down 11%
Latest release of daily trade data from Stats NZ shows that exports last week were 3.7% ahead of the equivalent week a year ago, but imports were down 11%
25th Mar 20, 1:39pm
24th Mar 20, 11:47am
Guy Trafford updates what we know about farm operations under the Level 3 and strict Level 4 social restrictions with a focus on the practical considerations
Guy Trafford updates what we know about farm operations under the Level 3 and strict Level 4 social restrictions with a focus on the practical considerations
24th Mar 20, 11:47am
23rd Mar 20, 5:00pm
Monday’s announcement about moving to Level 4 changes the COVID-19 landscape. We are now back on track, says Keith Woodford
Monday’s announcement about moving to Level 4 changes the COVID-19 landscape. We are now back on track, says Keith Woodford
23rd Mar 20, 5:00pm
23rd Mar 20, 8:09am
NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
23rd Mar 20, 8:09am
21st Mar 20, 10:09pm
The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
21st Mar 20, 10:09pm
21st Mar 20, 3:16pm
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Juergen Braunstein, et al. see the pandemic accelerating a shift toward digital payments - and away from pathogen-carrying banknotes
Juergen Braunstein, et al. see the pandemic accelerating a shift toward digital payments - and away from pathogen-carrying banknotes
21st Mar 20, 3:16pm
19th Mar 20, 4:57pm
Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
19th Mar 20, 4:57pm
19th Mar 20, 10:32am
As the slowdown becomes a shutdown and bailout programs kick in, Guy Trafford takes a close look at the signals reaching the farm gate and tries to make sense of them
As the slowdown becomes a shutdown and bailout programs kick in, Guy Trafford takes a close look at the signals reaching the farm gate and tries to make sense of them
19th Mar 20, 10:32am
18th Mar 20, 7:59pm
Tougher regulations in New Zealand for the COVID-19 coronavirus are urgent. We are now on the brink
Tougher regulations in New Zealand for the COVID-19 coronavirus are urgent. We are now on the brink
18th Mar 20, 7:59pm
18th Mar 20, 1:55pm
If employees like the remote work option forced on them, how will they tolerate the daily commute when the crisis passes? And how will companies react, Massey's Alison Brook wonders
If employees like the remote work option forced on them, how will they tolerate the daily commute when the crisis passes? And how will companies react, Massey's Alison Brook wonders
18th Mar 20, 1:55pm
18th Mar 20, 11:52am
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Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg points out that the same data-driven technologies we love to fear and hate are now helping to save lives
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg points out that the same data-driven technologies we love to fear and hate are now helping to save lives
18th Mar 20, 11:52am
18th Mar 20, 10:09am
Guy Trafford sees widespread support for the Government's coronavirus handling, and watches the market responses in the food sector which now consider the China focus an advantage
Guy Trafford sees widespread support for the Government's coronavirus handling, and watches the market responses in the food sector which now consider the China focus an advantage
18th Mar 20, 10:09am
17th Mar 20, 4:35pm
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Air New Zealand to reduce trans Tasman capacity by -80% between March 30 and June 30 this year
Air New Zealand to reduce trans Tasman capacity by -80% between March 30 and June 30 this year
17th Mar 20, 4:35pm
17th Mar 20, 11:28am
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
17th Mar 20, 11:28am
16th Mar 20, 4:54pm
Our economists are talking recession with a capital R: 'It won't be a shallow one'
Our economists are talking recession with a capital R: 'It won't be a shallow one'
16th Mar 20, 4:54pm
16th Mar 20, 10:31am
Our national airline is cutting long haul international services by 85% and domestic services by 30% in reaction to the Government's travel restrictions
Our national airline is cutting long haul international services by 85% and domestic services by 30% in reaction to the Government's travel restrictions
16th Mar 20, 10:31am
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16th Mar 20, 8:04am
The RBNZ cuts the OCR by 75 bps in an emergency announcement, next step is a Large Scale Asset Purchase program if more support needed
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The RBNZ cuts the OCR by 75 bps in an emergency announcement, next step is a Large Scale Asset Purchase program if more support needed
16th Mar 20, 8:04am

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