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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Friday; a 1yr 4% TD reappears, building consents high, high demand for residency, consumer confidence low, swaps retreat, NZD stable, & more
1st Jul 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Friday; a 1yr 4% TD reappears, building consents high, high demand for residency, consumer confidence low, swaps retreat, NZD stable, & more
Co-operative Bank to contact customers about potential remediation for credit contracts & consumer finance law issues later this year
1st Jul 22, 2:56pm
Co-operative Bank to contact customers about potential remediation for credit contracts & consumer finance law issues later this year
Residential building work now worth $22.5 billion a year
1st Jul 22, 12:21pm
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Residential building work now worth $22.5 billion a year
A weaker Chinese market, higher shipping costs, and the currency impact have driven At Wharf Gate log prices down more than -20% in 2022. Meanwhile harvesting contractors are suffering fast rising costs
1st Jul 22, 11:12am
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A weaker Chinese market, higher shipping costs, and the currency impact have driven At Wharf Gate log prices down more than -20% in 2022. Meanwhile harvesting contractors are suffering fast rising costs
The regulatory pressures on high-standard local pork production will likely cause more pork to imported from low standard sources - which ironically includes the EU. The net result will be we will eat cheap pork produced in worse conditions
1st Jul 22, 9:53am
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The regulatory pressures on high-standard local pork production will likely cause more pork to imported from low standard sources - which ironically includes the EU. The net result will be we will eat cheap pork produced in worse conditions
The average asking price of homes in Auckland is down $112,209 since January
1st Jul 22, 9:31am
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The average asking price of homes in Auckland is down $112,209 since January
The iPhone turns 15: a look at the past (and future) of one of the 21st century’s most influential devices
1st Jul 22, 8:11am
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The iPhone turns 15: a look at the past (and future) of one of the 21st century’s most influential devices
RBNZ research shows higher population growth & larger drops in mortgage rates in NZ than most comparable countries, and the biggest rise in house prices
1st Jul 22, 8:03am
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RBNZ research shows higher population growth & larger drops in mortgage rates in NZ than most comparable countries, and the biggest rise in house prices
Weak US spending data could mean their economy was in recession in first half of 2022; PCE deflators also softer than expected. Global rates show big falls; Germany 2-year rate down 20bps; US Treasuries 5-year down 14bps
1st Jul 22, 7:55am
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Weak US spending data could mean their economy was in recession in first half of 2022; PCE deflators also softer than expected. Global rates show big falls; Germany 2-year rate down 20bps; US Treasuries 5-year down 14bps
US consumer spending soft; Japanese factories slow down; China PMIs pick up; China to mine more coal; weak NZ-EU FTA agreed; freight rates fall; UST 10yr 2.98%; gold and oil lower; NZ$1 = 62.5 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
1st Jul 22, 7:24am
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US consumer spending soft; Japanese factories slow down; China PMIs pick up; China to mine more coal; weak NZ-EU FTA agreed; freight rates fall; UST 10yr 2.98%; gold and oil lower; NZ$1 = 62.5 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Thursday; only minor retail rate changes, business confidence sags, housing market faces tough times, household savings rise, swaps soft, NZD lower, & more
30th Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Thursday; only minor retail rate changes, business confidence sags, housing market faces tough times, household savings rise, swaps soft, NZD lower, & more
NZ Govt Bond Tender #820; Tender Date 30 Jun 2022
30th Jun 22, 2:10pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #820; Tender Date 30 Jun 2022
ANZ economists say firms are increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for activity and profitability; cost and inflation pressures remain high; profit expectations have sagged to low levels similar to those seen after the GFC
30th Jun 22, 1:27pm
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ANZ economists say firms are increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for activity and profitability; cost and inflation pressures remain high; profit expectations have sagged to low levels similar to those seen after the GFC
RBNZ chief economist Paul Conway says there are reasons to think that some of the core market fundamentals that determine sustainable house prices may also be changing
30th Jun 22, 12:04pm
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RBNZ chief economist Paul Conway says there are reasons to think that some of the core market fundamentals that determine sustainable house prices may also be changing
Number of rental properties advertised on Trade Me Property hit an all-time high in May
30th Jun 22, 11:07am
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Number of rental properties advertised on Trade Me Property hit an all-time high in May
It's now 12 months since mortgage interest rates bottomed out. Anybody who fixed for a year and is now looking to refix will not enjoy what comes next - namely increases in monthly payments of close to 50%
30th Jun 22, 8:15am
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It's now 12 months since mortgage interest rates bottomed out. Anybody who fixed for a year and is now looking to refix will not enjoy what comes next - namely increases in monthly payments of close to 50%
Global yields decline, led by Europe, post ECB forum. German annual inflation eases, Spain hits 10%. US dollar firmer; EUR, commodity currencies underperform
30th Jun 22, 7:55am
Global yields decline, led by Europe, post ECB forum. German annual inflation eases, Spain hits 10%. US dollar firmer; EUR, commodity currencies underperform
Powell lays out the inflation option explicitly; Japanese retail rises; China promises yet another stimulus package; German inflation tops out; Aussie retail sales impress; UST 10yr 3.10%; gold and oil soft; NZ$1 = 62.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4
30th Jun 22, 7:20am
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Powell lays out the inflation option explicitly; Japanese retail rises; China promises yet another stimulus package; German inflation tops out; Aussie retail sales impress; UST 10yr 3.10%; gold and oil soft; NZ$1 = 62.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; regional confidence low, insurers scrimp on paying tax, Collin leaves DMO for ANZ, Aussie retail sales impress, swaps stable, NZD lower, & more
29th Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; regional confidence low, insurers scrimp on paying tax, Collin leaves DMO for ANZ, Aussie retail sales impress, swaps stable, NZD lower, & more
Following the moves of ASB and ANZ to halt high LVR lending, Westpac now says it won't be offering pre-approvals for those with low deposits
29th Jun 22, 3:08pm
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Following the moves of ASB and ANZ to halt high LVR lending, Westpac now says it won't be offering pre-approvals for those with low deposits
George Magnus thinks that, with geopolitics thwarting globalisation, China's economy might never overtake America's
29th Jun 22, 12:25pm
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George Magnus thinks that, with geopolitics thwarting globalisation, China's economy might never overtake America's
First home buyers with less than a 20% deposit are paying more for a home than buyers with a full deposit, pushing up their mortgage risk profile for banks
29th Jun 22, 11:44am
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First home buyers with less than a 20% deposit are paying more for a home than buyers with a full deposit, pushing up their mortgage risk profile for banks
The methane debate is more about politics, policy and value judgements than it is about science
29th Jun 22, 11:41am
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The methane debate is more about politics, policy and value judgements than it is about science
Banks' loan provisioning on the rise as the economic picture darkens, KPMG's latest quarterly Financial Institutions Performance Survey says
29th Jun 22, 10:45am
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Banks' loan provisioning on the rise as the economic picture darkens, KPMG's latest quarterly Financial Institutions Performance Survey says
A $400-a-week shortfall: People in their 40s face a bleak retirement on KiwiSaver’s current trajectory, Ayesha Scott says
29th Jun 22, 10:33am
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A $400-a-week shortfall: People in their 40s face a bleak retirement on KiwiSaver’s current trajectory, Ayesha Scott says