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29 Jun 18, 7:51am
Kiwi currency at fresh two-year low after dovish OCR review. Meanwhile, the EUR is keeping pace with teh USD. But Fed member now hearing "full-throated angst" about prospects for the US economy
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29 Jun 18, 7:42am
US growth downgraded; emerging TIVA economy wobbles grow; China in bear market; China rail-to-EU grows; UST 10yr at 2.85%; oil unchanged, gold down again; NZ$1 = 67.5 USc; TWI-5 = 71.1
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28 Jun 18, 4:55pm
Reserve Bank announces major change to timing of monetary policy announcements ahead of move to committee decision-making structure
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28 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; OCR on hold, stamp duty a tax drug, rural pay rising, visitor spending grows, online retail growth slows, swap rates drop, NZD down
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28 Jun 18, 8:14am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, June 28, 2018
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28 Jun 18, 8:06am
NZD has been one of the worst performers; local rates curve saw a slight steepening bias; US equities slightly lower and UST10s down 5bps; WTI oil prices rose over 3%
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28 Jun 18, 7:29am
US data weak; China equities tumble even as data strong; RBA getting sidelined; UST 10yr at 2.83%; UST 2-10 curve slides; oil up again, gold down again; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 71.5
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27 Jun 18, 3:58pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; HNZ cuts rates, business confidence drops sharply, exports rise, power prices spike up, FHBs out in force, swap rates down, NZD drops
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27 Jun 18, 8:16am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 27, 2018
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27 Jun 18, 8:07am
Against a backdrop of a broadly stronger USD, the NZD has underperformed, while rates markets have barely moved; higher oil prices seem to have offered some support to CAD and AUD; US 10-year rate in a tight range and steady at 2.88%
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27 Jun 18, 7:42am
Wall Street stops falling; US confidence sags; US budget track exposed; Canada and China react to US tariffs; China warns to 'prepare for the worst'; UST 10yr at 2.88%; oil leaps, gold sinks; NZ$1 = 68.5 USc; TWI-5 = 71.9
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26 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; mortgage rate changes; young people in education; regional confidence; open banking; public services; trade tensions; rates mixed; NZD slightly lower
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26 Jun 18, 2:10pm
Risk sentiment in the markets is subdued still with the NZD easing lower from the weekly open against the USD; NZDAUD cross has traded in a tight range since last Wednesday; RBNZ cash rate announcement is Thursday and should remain unchanged at 1.75%
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26 Jun 18, 8:04am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, June 26, 2018
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26 Jun 18, 8:03am
Equity markets hit by talk of US restricting foreign ownership of tech firms; A recession becomes a threat; PBoC takes action; CBA severs ties with wealth management arm; UST 10yr at 2.87%; oil down, gold stable; NZ$1 = 69.0 USc
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26 Jun 18, 7:57am
Global equity markets have been rattled by focus on escalating US-China trade tensions; commodity currencies have underperformed but movements have been modest; safe-havens have outperformed; bond market reaction to the trade news has been well contained
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25 Jun 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; mortgage and term deposit rate changes; underemployment; banks' sales culture; CBA restructure; China cuts reserve requirements; oil supply; Brexit investments; rates mixed; NZD firm
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25 Jun 18, 10:01am
The sheer size of the US Government’s internal budget deficit in 2019, which will require a significant increase in the supply of Treasury Bonds, will be a major US dollar negative in the future
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25 Jun 18, 8:11am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 25, 2018
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25 Jun 18, 8:01am
NZD and AUD ended the week on a positive note; USD struggled to perform against the majors; rates were little changed for the day; PBoC cut the reserve ratio requirement for large commercial banks; focus will remain on the US-China trade war
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