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9th Dec 11, 11:28am
Retail spending flat in Nov; Trend in core retailing flattens as Christmas nears, despite strong growth in retail spending over recent months
Retail spending flat in Nov; Trend in core retailing flattens as Christmas nears, despite strong growth in retail spending over recent months
9th Dec 11, 11:28am
9th Dec 11, 8:48am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, December 9, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, December 9, 2011
9th Dec 11, 8:48am
9th Dec 11, 8:43am
NZ$/US$ hit hard by ECB President's statement that Euro government bond purchases were not on the cards
NZ$/US$ hit hard by ECB President's statement that Euro government bond purchases were not on the cards
9th Dec 11, 8:43am
8th Dec 11, 9:11am
Opinion: Bernard Hickey argues the RBNZ should nudge the banks to 'burn some profit fat' rather than pass on higher funding costs to borrowers and savers. Your view?
Opinion: Bernard Hickey argues the RBNZ should nudge the banks to 'burn some profit fat' rather than pass on higher funding costs to borrowers and savers. Your view?
8th Dec 11, 9:11am
8th Dec 11, 9:04am
RBNZ holds OCR at 2.5% as expected; lowers forecast track for interest rates by 30 bps; OCR peak seen around 3.75%
RBNZ holds OCR at 2.5% as expected; lowers forecast track for interest rates by 30 bps; OCR peak seen around 3.75%
8th Dec 11, 9:04am
8th Dec 11, 8:41am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 8, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 8, 2011
8th Dec 11, 8:41am
8th Dec 11, 8:31am
RBNZ expected to keep OCR on hold at 2.50%; markets waiting for Euro summit outcome this weekend
RBNZ expected to keep OCR on hold at 2.50%; markets waiting for Euro summit outcome this weekend
8th Dec 11, 8:31am
7th Dec 11, 8:56am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, December 7, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, December 7, 2011
7th Dec 11, 8:56am
7th Dec 11, 8:44am
EUR absorbs the news that S&P had put 15 Euro soverigns on credit watch negative; RBA cuts official cash rate
EUR absorbs the news that S&P had put 15 Euro soverigns on credit watch negative; RBA cuts official cash rate
7th Dec 11, 8:44am
6th Dec 11, 9:22am
Intense focus remains on Europe, but Asia slowing too; US mostly positive
Intense focus remains on Europe, but Asia slowing too; US mostly positive
6th Dec 11, 9:22am
6th Dec 11, 8:55am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
6th Dec 11, 8:55am
6th Dec 11, 8:33am
Franco-German agreement on fiscal rules for Euro countries boosts risk appetite; markets expecting RBA to cut cash rate today
Franco-German agreement on fiscal rules for Euro countries boosts risk appetite; markets expecting RBA to cut cash rate today
6th Dec 11, 8:33am
5th Dec 11, 3:12pm
Roger J Kerr says RBNZ will make a major monetary blunder if they follow the view of the 'perma-pessimists'
Roger J Kerr says RBNZ will make a major monetary blunder if they follow the view of the 'perma-pessimists'
5th Dec 11, 3:12pm
5th Dec 11, 9:21am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, December 5, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, December 5, 2011
5th Dec 11, 9:21am
5th Dec 11, 8:38am
Euro rumours of Spanish credit downgrade and ECB support to IMF makes for volatile EUR session
Euro rumours of Spanish credit downgrade and ECB support to IMF makes for volatile EUR session
5th Dec 11, 8:38am
2nd Dec 11, 9:38pm
NZ Mint's Mike O'Kane reviews gold's languishing price in recent months and looks at what might happen if the euro collapses. Your view?
NZ Mint's Mike O'Kane reviews gold's languishing price in recent months and looks at what might happen if the euro collapses. Your view?
2nd Dec 11, 9:38pm
2nd Dec 11, 9:05pm
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, including the Fed's intervention into the Euro debacle and China's factory output slump
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, including the Fed's intervention into the Euro debacle and China's factory output slump
2nd Dec 11, 9:05pm
2nd Dec 11, 9:01am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, December 2, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, December 2, 2011
2nd Dec 11, 9:01am
2nd Dec 11, 8:33am
Markets subdued after yesterday's central bank induced excitement; Spanish and French bond auctions saw solid demand
Markets subdued after yesterday's central bank induced excitement; Spanish and French bond auctions saw solid demand
2nd Dec 11, 8:33am
1st Dec 11, 8:51am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 1, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 1, 2011
1st Dec 11, 8:51am

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Days to the General Election: 38
See Party Policies here. Party Lists here.