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David Mahon says the tightropes that New Zealand prime ministers have walked between the West and China in the past were wider and lower to the ground than the thin, highwires they now traverse - and will traverse in the future
25th Jun 22, 10:00am
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David Mahon says the tightropes that New Zealand prime ministers have walked between the West and China in the past were wider and lower to the ground than the thin, highwires they now traverse - and will traverse in the future
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is affecting grain markets worldwide. That in turn affects animal feed, and downstream meat production. Angus Kebbell explores how that will affect markets for our pasture-based livestock by looking at the global impacts
25th Jun 22, 9:49am
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The Russian invasion of Ukraine is affecting grain markets worldwide. That in turn affects animal feed, and downstream meat production. Angus Kebbell explores how that will affect markets for our pasture-based livestock by looking at the global impacts
Allan Barber reports on work within some key innovative partnerships chasing industry-changing improvements in feed conversion for both the dairy and beef industries
25th Jun 22, 9:30am
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Allan Barber reports on work within some key innovative partnerships chasing industry-changing improvements in feed conversion for both the dairy and beef industries
David Hargreaves thinks surveys might be a more useful indicator of trends ahead than we might sometimes give them credit for - but fears we may 'survey ourselves to death' as a potential recession approaches
25th Jun 22, 9:15am
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David Hargreaves thinks surveys might be a more useful indicator of trends ahead than we might sometimes give them credit for - but fears we may 'survey ourselves to death' as a potential recession approaches
Ross Stitt is watching Australian governments incentivising financially struggling people into a housing market predicted to fall 15% to 20%. What could possibly go wrong?
25th Jun 22, 9:00am
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Ross Stitt is watching Australian governments incentivising financially struggling people into a housing market predicted to fall 15% to 20%. What could possibly go wrong?
Bond and equity markets can't agree; US factories expanding slower; Japan inflation up; China struggles with extreme weather; container freight rates fall; UST 10yr 3.13%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 63.2 USc; TWI-5 = 71.1
25th Jun 22, 8:08am
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Bond and equity markets can't agree; US factories expanding slower; Japan inflation up; China struggles with extreme weather; container freight rates fall; UST 10yr 3.13%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 63.2 USc; TWI-5 = 71.1
Mind the gap - the increasing shortfall between housing market listings and monthly sales could be the start of a slump
25th Jun 22, 6:00am
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Mind the gap - the increasing shortfall between housing market listings and monthly sales could be the start of a slump
Guy Trafford wonders how successful the Prime Minister's trade mission to the EU will be overcoming two-faced European positions on provenance and tariffs
24th Jun 22, 10:41am
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Guy Trafford wonders how successful the Prime Minister's trade mission to the EU will be overcoming two-faced European positions on provenance and tariffs
We are calling on readers to help keep interest.co.nz free for everyone. If you know us, trust us and value what we do, can we ask you to Support us?
24th Jun 22, 9:30am
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We are calling on readers to help keep interest.co.nz free for everyone. If you know us, trust us and value what we do, can we ask you to Support us?
Gareth Vaughan on oil & hubris, how the US could lose the new cold war, can central banks fix the causes of inflation, Vladimir Putin's rich friends, a new take on local politics & NZ's property risk
24th Jun 22, 9:15am
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Gareth Vaughan on oil & hubris, how the US could lose the new cold war, can central banks fix the causes of inflation, Vladimir Putin's rich friends, a new take on local politics & NZ's property risk
Long-time National President Peter Goodfellow retires as President, but even his staged (partial) departure triggers internal ructions
24th Jun 22, 9:00am
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Long-time National President Peter Goodfellow retires as President, but even his staged (partial) departure triggers internal ructions
Sales rates at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions ranged from zero in Waitakere and Papakura to 40% in Franklin
24th Jun 22, 6:00am
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Sales rates at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions ranged from zero in Waitakere and Papakura to 40% in Franklin
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Thursday; more big retail rate rises, employment confidence dips, Fonterra raises payout guidance, swap rates fall further, NZD soft, & more
23rd Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Thursday; more big retail rate rises, employment confidence dips, Fonterra raises payout guidance, swap rates fall further, NZD soft, & more
NZ Govt Bond Tender #819; Tender Date 23 Jun 2022
23rd Jun 22, 2:10pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #819; Tender Date 23 Jun 2022
Lower house prices and rising mortgage interest rates take their toll on lifestyle block sales
23rd Jun 22, 11:15am
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Lower house prices and rising mortgage interest rates take their toll on lifestyle block sales
ASB uses the cover provided by ANZ to raise both its home loan and term deposit rates. All eyes are now on Kiwibank's upcoming rate adjustments - and on the turn in wholesale markets
23rd Jun 22, 10:38am
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ASB uses the cover provided by ANZ to raise both its home loan and term deposit rates. All eyes are now on Kiwibank's upcoming rate adjustments - and on the turn in wholesale markets
Peter Goodfellow has announced he won't seek re-election at the National Party's annual conference in August
23rd Jun 22, 9:58am
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Peter Goodfellow has announced he won't seek re-election at the National Party's annual conference in August
Fonterra's now signalling a farmgate milk price of $9.50 for the recently started season - which could be a new record
23rd Jun 22, 9:01am
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Fonterra's now signalling a farmgate milk price of $9.50 for the recently started season - which could be a new record
David Mahon reviews where China has landed with its unique approach to pandemic control, and assesses its chances of economic revival
23rd Jun 22, 8:15am
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David Mahon reviews where China has landed with its unique approach to pandemic control, and assesses its chances of economic revival
Risk appetite appears weaker on increasing global recession fears. Chunky falls in global rates, commodities broadly weaker and NZD and AUD underperform
23rd Jun 22, 7:52am
Risk appetite appears weaker on increasing global recession fears. Chunky falls in global rates, commodities broadly weaker and NZD and AUD underperform
Powell gives realistic testimony to Congress; US interest rates rise; Canada CPI up more than expected; China faces new flood pressures; UST 10yr 3.15%; gold up and oil down; NZ$1 = 63 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
23rd Jun 22, 7:25am
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Powell gives realistic testimony to Congress; US interest rates rise; Canada CPI up more than expected; China faces new flood pressures; UST 10yr 3.15%; gold up and oil down; NZ$1 = 63 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
Infometrics says millennial first home buyers are signing up for a lifetime of debt and are likely to be much worse off than the baby boomers
23rd Jun 22, 5:00am
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Infometrics says millennial first home buyers are signing up for a lifetime of debt and are likely to be much worse off than the baby boomers
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; some very chunky retail rate hikes, home loan affordability improves slightly, $10 dairy payout looms, trade deficit grows, swaps slip, NZD slips, & more
22nd Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; some very chunky retail rate hikes, home loan affordability improves slightly, $10 dairy payout looms, trade deficit grows, swaps slip, NZD slips, & more
Following what's set to be a record milk price for the season just finished, ASB economists think the new season could see the price hit double figures for the first time
22nd Jun 22, 2:47pm
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Following what's set to be a record milk price for the season just finished, ASB economists think the new season could see the price hit double figures for the first time
Fletcher Building says residential 'backlog' will support robust market volumes for next 12-18 months; plasterboard shortage to end by October
22nd Jun 22, 12:08pm
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Fletcher Building says residential 'backlog' will support robust market volumes for next 12-18 months; plasterboard shortage to end by October