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18 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Kiwibank changes TD rates, eyes on weaker GDP, PSI improves, nurses reject +9% pay offer, swap rates soft, NZD little changed
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18 Jun 18, 8:46am
Weak business confidence in New Zealand's public policy makers could trigger a currency downgrade if Thursday's GDP data shows an evaporating growth track
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18 Jun 18, 8:18am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 18, 2018
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18 Jun 18, 7:29am
US slaps tariffs on China, China retaliates; US factor production sags; Canada house sales drop; China power consumption leaps, EMs struggle; UST 10yr at 2.92%; oil and gold drop sharply; NZ$1 = 69.5 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
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16 Jun 18, 8:39am
US and China exchange tariff hikes; commodity markets drop; US industrial production droops; Canada house sales hit 5yr low, emerging markets battered; UST 10yr 2.92%; oil and gold sink; NZ$1 = 69.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
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15 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; personal loan rate cut, PMIs solid, new money for MPB fight, mortgage fraud guilty verdicts, new taxes-fees signaled, swap rates fall, NZD stable
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15 Jun 18, 9:09am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 15, 2018
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15 Jun 18, 8:01am
USD is stronger across the board while the EUR has been hit by a dovish ECB; global rates faced downward pressure; NZD has performed better than most but the USD strength sees it down to around 0.6980
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15 Jun 18, 7:36am
ECB signals end of QE but not negative rates; US retail zooms; IMF issues warning; Canada and China trade jeopardy; El Niño to return; UST 10yr at 2.94%; oil mixed and gold up; NZ$1 = 69.8 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
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14 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; rates cut, ministers try to change Fonterra management, ComCom suggests Fonterra paying to much for milk, NZGB demand soft, swaps & NZD stable
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14 Jun 18, 8:02am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, June 14, 2018
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14 Jun 18, 7:22am
US Fed declares GFC victory, signals two more 2018 rate rises; US PPI rises faster; ECB response on watch; VW given huge fine; UST 10yr at 2.98%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73
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13 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes; food prices lower, hotel occupancy rates hold; KiwiBuild 'popular'; swaps unchanged, NZD stable
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13 Jun 18, 8:04am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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13 Jun 18, 7:48am
NZD and AUD have slightly underperformed in overnight trading; USD is better bid in overnight trading with various dollar indices up around 0.3%; UST 10-year rates have traded in a 2.94-2.98% range and currently sit at 2.96%, up 1bp from the NZ close
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13 Jun 18, 7:39am
US inflation at 10yr high; US Federal deficit up sharply; China's coal stress; German sentiment dives; Brisbane apartment oversupply; UST 10yr at 2.96%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73
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12 Jun 18, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; term deposit rate changes; ANZ monthly inflation guage; electronic card transactions; ANZ Truckometer; employer hiring intentions; rates firm; NZD firm
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12 Jun 18, 1:39pm
Trade war talks will dominate headlines over the week; FOMC will no doubt hike rates this week on the 14th; NZD continues to trade within the tight range band of 0.7050 and 0.7000 key support this month
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12 Jun 18, 8:12am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, June 12, 2018
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12 Jun 18, 8:02am
NZD sits this morning around 0.7020, down ever so slightly from the 0.7030 level it was anchored around for much of last week; EUR has generally had a positive session; US Treasury rates are higher, with a slight flattening bias
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