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10 Jul 15, 7:30am
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China shares bounce, but still overvalued; Fed targets big banks; IMF downgrades growth; UST 10yr yield 2.27%; gold and oil low and stable; NZ$1 = 67.2 US¢, TWI-5 = 71.7
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23 Jun 15, 5:10pm
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IMF paper says the RBNZ introducing restrictions on high LVR lending at a time the credit gap was negative was 'interesting'
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19 Jun 15, 10:52am
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Shamubeel Eaqub on a virtual tour of North Korea, home ownership, road pricing, the Greek tragedy, NZ borrowing to invest, Asia vs Europe, the Fed as global central bank, Dilbert & more
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21 Apr 15, 7:49am
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Japan and US agree TPP terms; China's reserve ratio cut; Greeks desperate; HSBC looks at quitting London; RBA signals rate cut; oil rig count falls; NZ$1 = 76.5 US¢, TWI = 81.5
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20 Apr 15, 7:44am
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US prices suggest inflation; China house prices fall; Greece stress rises; Russia data dismal; US gives fast track authority for TPPA deal; NZ$1 = 76.8 US¢, TWI = 81.5
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17 Apr 15, 7:40am
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Greece under the pump, Germany strengthens, US economy rebound stutters, ANZ advice shocker; NZ$1 = 76.9 US¢, TWI = 81.5
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15 Apr 15, 7:31am
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US retails sales jump, but SME confidence falls; IMF sees growth but risks; India stars; El Niño warning; UST 10yr yields fall; NZ$1 = 75.2 US¢, TWI = 80.6
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10 Apr 15, 10:26am
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Oliver Hartwich on Greek WW2 reparation demands, house & house nots, blogging Ben Bernanke, the great stagnation, is one woman enough? Dilbert & more
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8 Apr 15, 7:24am
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US job openings rise; IMF warns on aging and productivity; China steel output falls; CDS spreads at pre GFC levels; NZ swaps flat; UST 10yr yield 1.92%; NZ$1 = 74.9 US¢, TWI = 80
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23 Mar 15, 1:29pm
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The IMF boss reassesses China's position in the global economy and talks about the need for creating 'new ingredients for growth'
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16 Jan 15, 9:29am
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Swiss dump franc cap, cut rates; Bond yields fall, gold price rises; OPEC cuts demand forecast; Chinese shadow banking comeback; TWI=80.11
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24 Oct 14, 8:27am
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NZDUSD down 1.4% following Q3 CPI release; OCR expectations reduce; Global PMI readings above expectations
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23 Oct 14, 10:38am
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Governor Graeme Wheeler says RBNZ to review LVR 'speed limits' criteria and implications next month
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23 Oct 14, 8:16am
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Both the CAD and AUD in focus with volatile moves but no new trends, markets await NZ CPI and US PMI
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22 Oct 14, 8:19am
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Immigration net annualised gain of 56,000 exceeds previous highs in 2002/03; EUR weaker as ECB commences asset purchase program; AUD surges on Chinese data
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21 Oct 14, 8:05am
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Recent data shows 'NZ economy is on a very sound footing' says BNZ, expects NZD to hold its value better than the AUD
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20 Oct 14, 8:12am
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Yellen's inequality speech provides little guidance for markets; locally, eyes will be on Q3 CPI this week
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16 Oct 14, 8:34am
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Equity market carnage; volatility the winner as VIX hits highest point since 2011; NZD rally bizarre as it is trumping JPY & CHF in a skittish market
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15 Oct 14, 8:42am
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Fears Germany will experience negative growth in Q3 signalling a technical recession; Euro-zone industrial production contracts by 1.8%; oil price collapse sends CAD to its weakest level since GFC
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14 Oct 14, 8:33am
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Food price index fall creates downside risk to Q3 CPI forecasts; anticipated US policy tightening sends NZDUSD sharply higher; Chinese trade figures stronger
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13 Oct 14, 9:36am
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Oliver Hartwich questions the value of global talkfests held by the likes of the G20 & IMF. He says we shouldn't treat their summits as important
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13 Oct 14, 8:42am
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The immediate direction for the NZD could be determined by the upcoming GDT auction, especially if prices fall again
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10 Oct 14, 8:53am
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Gauge of market fear (VIX) jumps 18% on continued concerns around global growth; NZDUSD down 0.7%; safe haven currencies JPY & CHF star performers
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9 Oct 14, 8:29am
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Fed minutes more cautious than anticipated causing sell off in USD; NZDUSD up nearly 1% to 79c; Chinese PMI slips
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8 Oct 14, 8:32am
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IMF downgrades growth forecasts for euro-zone, Japan, Russia and Brazil; acknowledgement of past forecasting failures; risk of the euro-zone slipping into recession grows
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