currencies

20th Jan 12, 9:00am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: US and European stocks rally; Strong Italian and French bond auctions as euro fears easing; Aussie rate cut seen after weak jobs figures
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: US and European stocks rally; Strong Italian and French bond auctions as euro fears easing; Aussie rate cut seen after weak jobs figures
20th Jan 12, 9:00am
20th Jan 12, 8:52am
NZ$ sitting just above 80 US cents after falling on weak domestic inflation data; 'Risk on' following solid Euro bond auctions
NZ$ sitting just above 80 US cents after falling on weak domestic inflation data; 'Risk on' following solid Euro bond auctions
20th Jan 12, 8:52am
20th Jan 12, 8:03am
BusinessDesk: "A lot of the pessimism has been baked into the cake. We’re more likely to see positive surprises."
BusinessDesk: "A lot of the pessimism has been baked into the cake. We’re more likely to see positive surprises."
20th Jan 12, 8:03am
19th Jan 12, 7:22pm
Thursday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Bearer bonds 'discovered' on Mindanao; Negative equity in Australia; A Great Australian bond run; Kodak, maker of 1st digital camera, goes bankrupt; Dilbert
Thursday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Bearer bonds 'discovered' on Mindanao; Negative equity in Australia; A Great Australian bond run; Kodak, maker of 1st digital camera, goes bankrupt; Dilbert
19th Jan 12, 7:22pm
19th Jan 12, 6:01pm
Alex Tarrant asks what could be in store for New Zealand following the IMF saying it wants another US$500-600 billion boost
Alex Tarrant asks what could be in store for New Zealand following the IMF saying it wants another US$500-600 billion boost
19th Jan 12, 6:01pm
19th Jan 12, 5:32pm
ANZ and National Bank cut 6 mth, 1 yr, 18 mth and 2 yr mortgage rates by 9 to 30 basis points after weak inflation data
ANZ and National Bank cut 6 mth, 1 yr, 18 mth and 2 yr mortgage rates by 9 to 30 basis points after weak inflation data
19th Jan 12, 5:32pm
19th Jan 12, 9:22am
Potential for NZ dollar to head upwards toward 82 US cents; Hits highest level against British pound since September
Potential for NZ dollar to head upwards toward 82 US cents; Hits highest level against British pound since September
19th Jan 12, 9:22am
19th Jan 12, 7:32am
BusinessDesk: IMF looking at raising its lending capacity by as much as US$500 billion
BusinessDesk: IMF looking at raising its lending capacity by as much as US$500 billion
19th Jan 12, 7:32am
18th Jan 12, 1:35pm
Wednesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: China's slowing housing market; How computers are bifurcating the workforce; ECB's 'cash for trash'; The Great Gatsby curve; Dilbert
Wednesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: China's slowing housing market; How computers are bifurcating the workforce; ECB's 'cash for trash'; The Great Gatsby curve; Dilbert
18th Jan 12, 1:35pm
18th Jan 12, 10:20am
REINZ reports strong property sales in December; Auckland market strongest with price index back at all-time high
REINZ reports strong property sales in December; Auckland market strongest with price index back at all-time high
18th Jan 12, 10:20am
18th Jan 12, 9:01am
Sentiment broadly positive after solid Chinese, German and US data releases
Sentiment broadly positive after solid Chinese, German and US data releases
18th Jan 12, 9:01am
18th Jan 12, 8:25am
BusinessDesk: Chinese annual growth slows less than expected to 8.9% in Dec qtr; Investors hope Chinese policy makers will stimulate economy
BusinessDesk: Chinese annual growth slows less than expected to 8.9% in Dec qtr; Investors hope Chinese policy makers will stimulate economy
18th Jan 12, 8:25am
17th Jan 12, 11:06am
Core retail sales via card transactions fell 0.1% in December, suggesting Christmas very weak for retailers and hoteliers
Core retail sales via card transactions fell 0.1% in December, suggesting Christmas very weak for retailers and hoteliers
17th Jan 12, 11:06am
17th Jan 12, 10:05am
NZ economy moderated in Dec qtr as QSBO survey shows firms grew more pessimistic, NZIER says; First OCR hike may now be later than mid-2013
NZ economy moderated in Dec qtr as QSBO survey shows firms grew more pessimistic, NZIER says; First OCR hike may now be later than mid-2013
17th Jan 12, 10:05am
17th Jan 12, 8:41am
"The crisis will eventually pass and prosperity will arrive": Chinese Premier Wen
"The crisis will eventually pass and prosperity will arrive": Chinese Premier Wen
17th Jan 12, 8:41am
17th Jan 12, 8:36am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: European stocks rise despite ratings downgrades; French bond auction success; Portugese 10 yr 'junk' bond hits 14.4%; Eyes on Chinese data
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: European stocks rise despite ratings downgrades; French bond auction success; Portugese 10 yr 'junk' bond hits 14.4%; Eyes on Chinese data
17th Jan 12, 8:36am
17th Jan 12, 7:31am
BusinessDesk: "The ratings downgrade more evidence that the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis has a lot further to run"
BusinessDesk: "The ratings downgrade more evidence that the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis has a lot further to run"
17th Jan 12, 7:31am
16th Jan 12, 1:05pm
Monday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Hungary's right winger called Attila; China's change of leaders; Japan's lost decade fallacy; Hedge fund gazillionaires; Jon Stewart; Dilbert
Monday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Hungary's right winger called Attila; China's change of leaders; Japan's lost decade fallacy; Hedge fund gazillionaires; Jon Stewart; Dilbert
16th Jan 12, 1:05pm
16th Jan 12, 10:02am
BusinessDesk: NZ inflation data to show 2011 ended with tame consumer prices
BusinessDesk: NZ inflation data to show 2011 ended with tame consumer prices
16th Jan 12, 10:02am
16th Jan 12, 9:32am
Chance of Greek debt default rises after creditors leave talks; NZ$ traders watch for EU policy makers' response to 'Black Friday' downgrades
Chance of Greek debt default rises after creditors leave talks; NZ$ traders watch for EU policy makers' response to 'Black Friday' downgrades
16th Jan 12, 9:32am

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