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16th Jul 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, inflation up, Yili gets OIO tick, micros more confident, more water stored, eyes on dairy auction, swaps sink, NZD rises, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, inflation up, Yili gets OIO tick, micros more confident, more water stored, eyes on dairy auction, swaps sink, NZD rises, & more
16th Jul 19, 3:59pm
16th Jul 19, 3:43pm
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Dairy farmers to pay 1 cent per kilo of milk solids for carbon emissions under proposal to include agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme by 2025
Dairy farmers to pay 1 cent per kilo of milk solids for carbon emissions under proposal to include agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme by 2025
16th Jul 19, 3:43pm
16th Jul 19, 3:03pm
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Report calls for accelerated electrification to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, saying a shift to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2035 is too costly
Report calls for accelerated electrification to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, saying a shift to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2035 is too costly
16th Jul 19, 3:03pm
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16th Jul 19, 10:56am
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Inflation up 0.6% in June quarter in line with RBNZ expectations; Rise comes off the back of higher petrol prices and rents; Market reaction muted
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Inflation up 0.6% in June quarter in line with RBNZ expectations; Rise comes off the back of higher petrol prices and rents; Market reaction muted
16th Jul 19, 10:56am
16th Jul 19, 9:50am
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David Hargreaves says the Government needs to take a hard look at the growing usage of Kiwisaver to fund deposits for houses - and the risks that this carries
David Hargreaves says the Government needs to take a hard look at the growing usage of Kiwisaver to fund deposits for houses - and the risks that this carries
16th Jul 19, 9:50am
16th Jul 19, 9:46am
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Low auction numbers and an overall sales rate of 37% at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
Low auction numbers and an overall sales rate of 37% at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
16th Jul 19, 9:46am
16th Jul 19, 7:57am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, July 16, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, July 16, 2019
16th Jul 19, 7:57am
16th Jul 19, 7:52am
NZD and AUD pushing higher, supported by positive monthly China activity indicators; US equities are flat after posting a record high at the end of last week while global rates have nudged lower after rising last week
NZD and AUD pushing higher, supported by positive monthly China activity indicators; US equities are flat after posting a record high at the end of last week while global rates have nudged lower after rising last week
16th Jul 19, 7:52am
16th Jul 19, 7:19am
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Canada house sales flat; China growth slows even as retail rises; India trade shrinks; Wall Street holds; Aussies worries about NZ regulation; UST 10yr yield at 2.09%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72
Canada house sales flat; China growth slows even as retail rises; India trade shrinks; Wall Street holds; Aussies worries about NZ regulation; UST 10yr yield at 2.09%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.2 USc; TWI-5 = 72
16th Jul 19, 7:19am
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15th Jul 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Kiwibank changes rates lower, Co-op Bank pays its customers, service sector slows, migration stays high, swaps rise, NZD rises, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Kiwibank changes rates lower, Co-op Bank pays its customers, service sector slows, migration stays high, swaps rise, NZD rises, & more
15th Jul 19, 3:59pm
15th Jul 19, 2:29pm
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The growing cost pressures councils face due to climate change are real, but adaption costs won't be addressed by the Government's Zero Carbon Bill
The growing cost pressures councils face due to climate change are real, but adaption costs won't be addressed by the Government's Zero Carbon Bill
15th Jul 19, 2:29pm
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15th Jul 19, 11:42am
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NZ is gaining just over 50,000 people a year from migration, down 20% compared to three years ago
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NZ is gaining just over 50,000 people a year from migration, down 20% compared to three years ago
15th Jul 19, 11:42am
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15th Jul 19, 11:34am
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AMP share price hits rock bottom on news A$3.3 billion sale of AMP Life 'highly unlikely to proceed' due to RBNZ's disapproval 
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AMP share price hits rock bottom on news A$3.3 billion sale of AMP Life 'highly unlikely to proceed' due to RBNZ's disapproval 
15th Jul 19, 11:34am
15th Jul 19, 10:23am
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Although wholesale rates have bounced up after reaching record lows recently, banks continue to adjust their mortgage rates down. This time the cuts came with a matching term deposit rate cut
Although wholesale rates have bounced up after reaching record lows recently, banks continue to adjust their mortgage rates down. This time the cuts came with a matching term deposit rate cut
15th Jul 19, 10:23am
15th Jul 19, 8:34am
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Roger J Kerr says conventional economic “cause and effect” paradigms are out the window and the currency markets are just one part of the jig-saw trying to work out what it means for them
Roger J Kerr says conventional economic “cause and effect” paradigms are out the window and the currency markets are just one part of the jig-saw trying to work out what it means for them
15th Jul 19, 8:34am
15th Jul 19, 8:22am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, July 15, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, July 15, 2019
15th Jul 19, 8:22am
15th Jul 19, 8:12am
US equities closed the week at a fresh record high, buoyed by the prospect of rate cuts, which kept Treasury yields in check; USD was weaker, seeing the NZD stretch out towards the 0.67 mark
US equities closed the week at a fresh record high, buoyed by the prospect of rate cuts, which kept Treasury yields in check; USD was weaker, seeing the NZD stretch out towards the 0.67 mark
15th Jul 19, 8:12am
15th Jul 19, 8:00am
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Chris Trotter wonders when we as a nation stopped believing in ourselves sufficiently to attempt big heroic state projects such as those completed in the past
Chris Trotter wonders when we as a nation stopped believing in ourselves sufficiently to attempt big heroic state projects such as those completed in the past
15th Jul 19, 8:00am
15th Jul 19, 7:02am
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China trade surplus swells on even bigger gains vs the US, but industry sees slowdown, China debt jumps; Wall Street at record high; Aussie savers hit; UST 10yr yield at 2.12%; oil holds and gold up; NZ$1 = 67 USc; TWI-5 = 71.7
China trade surplus swells on even bigger gains vs the US, but industry sees slowdown, China debt jumps; Wall Street at record high; Aussie savers hit; UST 10yr yield at 2.12%; oil holds and gold up; NZ$1 = 67 USc; TWI-5 = 71.7
15th Jul 19, 7:02am
14th Jul 19, 10:49am
by Guest
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The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
14th Jul 19, 10:49am

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