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1 Nov 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; some small rate changes, house prices soft, job ad growth modest, record low linker yield, swaps rise, NZD unchanged, & more
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1 Nov 18, 7:57am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, November 1, 2018
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1 Nov 18, 7:47am
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Strong US job signals push up inflation expectations; Canada growth up; China expansion slows; Beijing readies new stimulus; RCEP progresses; UST 10yr at 3.15%; oil and gold dip; NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70
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1 Nov 18, 7:46am
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US and European equity markets have risen strongly and US Treasury yields have moved higher; USD has continued to push higher, helped by better than expected US data; NZD and AUD are the two underperformers
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31 Oct 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; key rate changes, job ads & retail looking up, building consents and business confidence down, TPP ratified, swaps rise, NZD firm, & more
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31 Oct 18, 1:14pm
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ANZ's latest Business Outlook Survey shows shows sharp drop in intentions to construct in both residential and commercial sectors; ANZ Chief Economist says next official interest rate move is more likely to be a cut than a hike
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31 Oct 18, 8:02am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, October 31, 2018
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31 Oct 18, 7:41am
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US confidence confuses, house price growth slows; Mexico growth good; Australia struggles to ratify TPP; China markets firm; EU weakens; UST 10yr at 3.10%; oil and gold dip; NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
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31 Oct 18, 7:40am
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NZD and AUD have moved higher over the past 24 hours after President Trump discussed the possibility of a “great deal” with China; 10 year US Treasury yield has nudged 1bp higher, in sympathy with the move in equities
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30 Oct 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, fewer foreign buyers, housing costs stable, NAIT to be updated, sudden Aussie consent drop, swaps & NZD unchanged
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30 Oct 18, 2:47pm
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Equity markets in the US closed down for the week with the DOW at -3.0% and the S&P and Nasdaq both around -3.9%; NZD traded from 0.6600 levels from last week’s open down to 0.6470 Friday against the USD; NZDAUD cross opened at 0.9200
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30 Oct 18, 8:03am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, October 30, 2018
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30 Oct 18, 7:57am
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More positive tone to risk assets has helped Treasury yields push a little higher and the JPY underperform; NZD is little changed against the USD from Friday night’s close, although it has made gains on all the crosses
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30 Oct 18, 7:42am
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US PCE at 2%; Shanghai now a bear market; China mulls tax cut on cars; China toughens currency rules; NZ scores well in household deleveraging risk review; UST 10yr at 3.10%; oil and gold little changed NZ$1 = 65.3 USc; TWI-5 = 69.8
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29 Oct 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Kiwibank trims a mortgage rate, exporters chirpy, bank customers satisfied, mixed work safety record, Shanghai opens lower, swaps lower, NZD stable
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29 Oct 18, 9:37am
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Roger J Kerr says the RBNZ will be forced by the data to revise their inflation forecasts higher, and it will be impossible for them to maintain their overtly dovish tone of recent statements.
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29 Oct 18, 8:17am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, October 29, 2018
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29 Oct 18, 7:50am
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US equities had another rough day, sending US Treasury rates lower, while JPY was the strongest of the majors; NZD saw a couple of forces on Friday, with the net result being little change after a temporary shunt downwards
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29 Oct 18, 7:15am
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US growth slows; US personal savings stall; US consumer sentiment slips; Wall Street drops; Canadians take on less debt; lower China profits, Singapore output falls; UST 10yr at 3.08%; oil and gold little changed NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
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27 Oct 18, 8:46am
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US Q3 growth up +2.8%; US personal costs rise faster than incomes; US consumer sentiment falls, as do markets; China sentiment sours; Singapore factories shrink; UST 10yr 3.08%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
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26 Oct 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no rate changes, equity markets stabilise, Aussie growth record continues, velvet prices stay up, milk volumes rising, dryness encroaching, swaps and NZD stable
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26 Oct 18, 9:28am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, October 26, 2018
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26 Oct 18, 7:48am
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US equities have recovered strongly after yesterday’s rout, putting some modest upward pressure on US Treasury yields, while the USD remains well bid; NZD has remained tightly range-bound; NZ rates fell yesterday
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26 Oct 18, 7:43am
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US data tame as Q3 GDP awaited; ECB stays with unwinding despite weakening; equities up; China SOE risk revealed; Aussie budget improves; UST 10yr at 3.14%; oil and gold little changed NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 69.7
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25 Oct 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; minor rate changes, record trade deficit, popular govt bond tender, record mortgage interest paid, TPP ratified, swap rates lower, NZD soft
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