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Monday's Covid-19 update: 12 new cases all in Auckland; 13 in hospital; four in ICU
27th Sep 21, 1:25pm
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Monday's Covid-19 update: 12 new cases all in Auckland; 13 in hospital; four in ICU
Murray Grimwood traces a long history of 'false narratives', and finds we're now at the point where the consequences are biting hard
27th Sep 21, 1:07pm
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Murray Grimwood traces a long history of 'false narratives', and finds we're now at the point where the consequences are biting hard
Activity in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms hit a new low last week but numbers are picking up this week
27th Sep 21, 11:18am
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Activity in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms hit a new low last week but numbers are picking up this week
Employer attention is increasingly focused on how to deal with the jab-reluctant in the workplace. Here are comprehensive answers to common questions
27th Sep 21, 10:22am
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Employer attention is increasingly focused on how to deal with the jab-reluctant in the workplace. Here are comprehensive answers to common questions
Dairy company Synlait sees return to 'similar levels' of profits as prior to this year by 2023
27th Sep 21, 9:01am
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Dairy company Synlait sees return to 'similar levels' of profits as prior to this year by 2023
It's as well John Key declined to govern New Zealand with the ham-fistedness on display in his woeful Covid opinion-piece, Chris Trotter says
27th Sep 21, 8:47am
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It's as well John Key declined to govern New Zealand with the ham-fistedness on display in his woeful Covid opinion-piece, Chris Trotter says
Economist Brian Easton says not all neoliberals are the same, as a comparison ranging from Don Giovanni to Geneva School ordoliberals shows
27th Sep 21, 8:28am
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Economist Brian Easton says not all neoliberals are the same, as a comparison ranging from Don Giovanni to Geneva School ordoliberals shows
Roger J Kerr says the important thing from the RBNZ's October 6 rates review will be how the RBNZ sees the NZ economy extracting itself from the massive fiscal and monetary stimulus it has been supported by over the last 18 months
27th Sep 21, 8:02am
Roger J Kerr says the important thing from the RBNZ's October 6 rates review will be how the RBNZ sees the NZ economy extracting itself from the massive fiscal and monetary stimulus it has been supported by over the last 18 months
Market moves more restrained on Friday after a volatile week. Evergrande still in the headlines. Global rates push higher again, with US 10-year up to 1.45%, NZ 10-year swap rate to 2.20%
27th Sep 21, 7:57am
Market moves more restrained on Friday after a volatile week. Evergrande still in the headlines. Global rates push higher again, with US 10-year up to 1.45%, NZ 10-year swap rate to 2.20%
German elections, Huawei deal, Evergrande bonds, US debt ceiling all driven by politics; Japan's inflation low; Taiwan exports high; IMF warns Australia; UST 10yr 1.45%, oil and gold firm ; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
27th Sep 21, 7:19am
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German elections, Huawei deal, Evergrande bonds, US debt ceiling all driven by politics; Japan's inflation low; Taiwan exports high; IMF warns Australia; UST 10yr 1.45%, oil and gold firm ; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
At least $1 billion in 'excess' interest cost is being left on the table by home owners who don't negotiate hard enough for the best mortgage rate available, sure to rise as policy makers create the conditions for higher rates
26th Sep 21, 4:55pm
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At least $1 billion in 'excess' interest cost is being left on the table by home owners who don't negotiate hard enough for the best mortgage rate available, sure to rise as policy makers create the conditions for higher rates
How farming regenerates and spreads its knowledge base through farmer-led initiatives to tackle the challenges proactively, making real progress irrespective of what officials impose
26th Sep 21, 10:46am
How farming regenerates and spreads its knowledge base through farmer-led initiatives to tackle the challenges proactively, making real progress irrespective of what officials impose
Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
26th Sep 21, 10:10am
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Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
As we wait for a post-Covid world to arrive, David Skilling argues we may need to adjust our expectations. And some countries will need to adjust their approaches for new Covid realities
26th Sep 21, 6:00am
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As we wait for a post-Covid world to arrive, David Skilling argues we may need to adjust our expectations. And some countries will need to adjust their approaches for new Covid realities
Adan Perlaky sees lower rates and yields driving increased portfolio leverage, with the spread between junk bonds and risk-free assets back as low as just before the GFC
25th Sep 21, 10:46am
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Adan Perlaky sees lower rates and yields driving increased portfolio leverage, with the spread between junk bonds and risk-free assets back as low as just before the GFC
Social Credit leader Chris Leitch wants to retain the Marsden Point oil refinery and has an idea on how this can be accomplished
25th Sep 21, 9:51am
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Social Credit leader Chris Leitch wants to retain the Marsden Point oil refinery and has an idea on how this can be accomplished
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark says buy now, pay later networks could be regulated in push to reduce costs for merchants and consumers
25th Sep 21, 9:41am
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Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark says buy now, pay later networks could be regulated in push to reduce costs for merchants and consumers
Some 37% of first home buyers bought with a low equity loan in August
25th Sep 21, 9:00am
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Some 37% of first home buyers bought with a low equity loan in August
US default looms; Evergrande misses key payment; factories expanding in Japan, Taiwan, Singapore; key commodity prices surge; China drops hammer on cryptos; UST 10yr 1.46%, oil firms but gold slips; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
25th Sep 21, 8:19am
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US default looms; Evergrande misses key payment; factories expanding in Japan, Taiwan, Singapore; key commodity prices surge; China drops hammer on cryptos; UST 10yr 1.46%, oil firms but gold slips; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, FHB HLA tougher, BNPL fees surge, employment confidence rises, FHBs pull back from mortgage borrowing, swaps rise and steepen, NZD firm, & more
24th Sep 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, FHB HLA tougher, BNPL fees surge, employment confidence rises, FHBs pull back from mortgage borrowing, swaps rise and steepen, NZD firm, & more
9 new Covid-19 cases - all linked and all in Auckland
24th Sep 21, 1:06pm
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9 new Covid-19 cases - all linked and all in Auckland
Westpac NZ appoints former ASB executive Catherine McGrath as its new CEO
24th Sep 21, 10:10am
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Westpac NZ appoints former ASB executive Catherine McGrath as its new CEO
The University of Melbourne's Kevin Davis says bank share buybacks aren't a good look against the backdrop of Covid-related support banks have received
24th Sep 21, 9:23am
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The University of Melbourne's Kevin Davis says bank share buybacks aren't a good look against the backdrop of Covid-related support banks have received
Global rates jump higher - US 10-year rate above 1.40% for first time since July. Equity markets rebound further. USD falls amidst improving risk appetite
24th Sep 21, 7:52am
Global rates jump higher - US 10-year rate above 1.40% for first time since July. Equity markets rebound further. USD falls amidst improving risk appetite
The US economic expansion slows somewhat; US household net worth leaps; China prepares for an Evergrande failure, power shortages; many central bank reviews; UST 10yr 1.40%, oil firms but gold drops; NZ$1 = 70.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.1
24th Sep 21, 7:23am
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The US economic expansion slows somewhat; US household net worth leaps; China prepares for an Evergrande failure, power shortages; many central bank reviews; UST 10yr 1.40%, oil firms but gold drops; NZ$1 = 70.8 USc; TWI-5 = 74.1