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12 Mar 19, 8:08am
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Global equities markets up strongly; US rates have been largely unmoved; GBP has recovered ahead of Theresa May’s Brexit vote tonight; NZD is up 0.35% to 0.6830 USD
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12 Mar 19, 7:41am
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US retail sales weak; US inflation expectations low; China car sales slump; Japan and Germany report low key data; Wall Street strangely ebullient; UST 10yr 2.64%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73.1
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11 Mar 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; some rate cuts, retail sales sluggish, Norwegian blues, ANZ finds cheap funding, swaps lower & flatter, NZD firm, & more
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11 Mar 19, 3:35pm
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The new leadership of Fonterra will need to demonstrate at next week's half-year result announcement that they are getting a handle on the giant dairy co-operative's many problems and issues
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11 Mar 19, 8:50am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, March 11, 2019
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11 Mar 19, 8:22am
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Roger J Kerr says the current pessimism around the Australian and New Zealand currencies is not justified
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11 Mar 19, 8:16am
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US equities and bond yields close to unchanged on the day; USD was broadly lower on the day, although the bulk of those losses had occurred pre-payrolls; NZD was the top-performing currency on Friday
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11 Mar 19, 7:32am
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US jobs data in major miss; Canada jobs grow; Japan GDP up; China debt growth slows; China price growth falls; AU polls suggest change; UST 10yr 2.63%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 68 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
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9 Mar 19, 8:58am
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US payrolls growth in massive undershoot; equities fall; Fed implications; Canada jobs growth rises; Japan growth up; China exports slump; UST 10yr 2.62; oil and gold drop; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.9
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8 Mar 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; rents ease, manufacturing withers, building work up, household financial wealth dips, swaps flatten, NZF stays high, & more
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8 Mar 19, 8:57am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, March 8, 2019
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8 Mar 19, 8:10am
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Global equity markets, global bond rates and euro lower; other key currency movements have been modest, with the NZD and AUD close to where they were yesterday morning; NZ longer term bond and swap rates fell 3-4bps
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8 Mar 19, 7:38am
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US household net worth falls; ECB restarts stimulus; Beijing worried about local authority debt levels; claims China's economy is overstated; air cargo volumes retreat; UST 10yr 2.65%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
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7 Mar 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no rate changes, wholesale trade soft, councils take much higher revenues, linker yields lower, swaps flatten, NZ firm, & more
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7 Mar 19, 2:12pm
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Miao Yanliang welcomes the Chinese central bank's more open communication and increasingly flexible exchange-rate regime
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7 Mar 19, 8:33am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, March 7, 2019
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7 Mar 19, 8:07am
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US equities and rates are lower this morning; NZD has performed okay against the backdrop of weaker AUD and CAD currencies; Australian rates were lower across the curve on weak GDP
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7 Mar 19, 7:42am
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The OECD cuts growth forecasts; US jobs growth slows, trade deficit swells; Canada holds rates; China debt risk rises; Singapore ship traffic jams; UST 10yr 2.69%; oil stable and gold up; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 72.5
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6 Mar 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, QV data eases, used import car sales weak, dairy prices jump, short-termism extreme, swaps stable, NZD falls, & more
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6 Mar 19, 8:33am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, March 6, 2019
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6 Mar 19, 8:02am
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US equities tracking sideways, and US rates up slightly; USD shows broadly based gains, supported by stronger data, which has seen the NZD track consistently under the 0.68 mark; RBA kept its policy messaging unchanged
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6 Mar 19, 7:38am
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Dairy prices up strongly again; US service sector strong; Vancouver housing in doldrums; China trims growth target, taxes; RBA sanguine; UST 10yr 2.74%; oil stable and gold drops; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
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5 Mar 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; a new low mortgage rate, Fonterra chided, leverage not improving, car sales high, commodity prices up, swaps rates slip, NZD firm, & more
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5 Mar 19, 2:31pm
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Risk sentiment improved over the weekend when positive comments came out of meetings between US negotiators and Chinese officials; NZD started the week well peaking at 0.6827 USD; NZDAUD pair opened the week around 0.9610
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5 Mar 19, 10:09am
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Ratings agency Fitch says Fonterra has structural issues it needs to address; expects Fonterra to prioritise the strength of its balance sheet over payments to farmer shareholders; Hurrell gets Fonterra CEO job permanently
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