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24th Jun 19, 4:01pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; key mortgage rate changes, deposit protection coming, farmers beat ANZ in court, swaps up, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; key mortgage rate changes, deposit protection coming, farmers beat ANZ in court, swaps up, NZD stable, & more
24th Jun 19, 4:01pm
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24th Jun 19, 4:00pm
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Government to introduce deposit protection regime that will likely cover 40% of funds in bank deposits; Treasury warns costs could fall on bank customers, shareholders and taxpayers
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Government to introduce deposit protection regime that will likely cover 40% of funds in bank deposits; Treasury warns costs could fall on bank customers, shareholders and taxpayers
24th Jun 19, 4:00pm
24th Jun 19, 3:37pm
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Auckland Transport report highlights ongoing risks associated with NZTA funding delays
Auckland Transport report highlights ongoing risks associated with NZTA funding delays
24th Jun 19, 3:37pm
24th Jun 19, 2:20pm
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Motu Policy Fellow Catherine Leining says the Zero Carbon Bill would put in place a process to resolve the hard climate change issues facing all sectors and give businesses and investors the certainty they need to invest in transformation
Motu Policy Fellow Catherine Leining says the Zero Carbon Bill would put in place a process to resolve the hard climate change issues facing all sectors and give businesses and investors the certainty they need to invest in transformation
24th Jun 19, 2:20pm
24th Jun 19, 2:14pm
Two cuts to fixed mortgage rates and one increase come from BNZ as they tweak their carded offers. Even in the real estate off-season banks manoeuvre to get a competitive advantage
Two cuts to fixed mortgage rates and one increase come from BNZ as they tweak their carded offers. Even in the real estate off-season banks manoeuvre to get a competitive advantage
24th Jun 19, 2:14pm
24th Jun 19, 1:59pm
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BNZ economists say there is now a 'solid risk' the Reserve Bank might cut the Official Cash Rate as early as Wednesday; Kiwibank economists also say that's a possibility
BNZ economists say there is now a 'solid risk' the Reserve Bank might cut the Official Cash Rate as early as Wednesday; Kiwibank economists also say that's a possibility
24th Jun 19, 1:59pm
24th Jun 19, 1:22pm
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ASB economists say restrictions on non-resident house buying in NZ are 'biting' and this supports the ASB view that there will only be a 'modest' pick-up in house prices in the second half of this year
ASB economists say restrictions on non-resident house buying in NZ are 'biting' and this supports the ASB view that there will only be a 'modest' pick-up in house prices in the second half of this year
24th Jun 19, 1:22pm
24th Jun 19, 11:43am
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Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes suggests the central bank might want to consider reversing the interest rate cut it made a month ago
Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes suggests the central bank might want to consider reversing the interest rate cut it made a month ago
24th Jun 19, 11:43am
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24th Jun 19, 9:59am
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ANZ NZ's regulatory capital modelling and director attestation process to be independently reviewed after falling foul of RBNZ requirements
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ANZ NZ's regulatory capital modelling and director attestation process to be independently reviewed after falling foul of RBNZ requirements
24th Jun 19, 9:59am
24th Jun 19, 9:44am
As open banking in New Zealand slowly grinds into action, we look at what data of theirs banks' customers will be able to share with third parties
As open banking in New Zealand slowly grinds into action, we look at what data of theirs banks' customers will be able to share with third parties
24th Jun 19, 9:44am
24th Jun 19, 9:40am
In a major report UBS analysts argue a banking industrial revolution is underway with challenges from regulators, new competitors, customers and society's expectations
In a major report UBS analysts argue a banking industrial revolution is underway with challenges from regulators, new competitors, customers and society's expectations
24th Jun 19, 9:40am
24th Jun 19, 8:43am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 24, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, June 24, 2019
24th Jun 19, 8:43am
24th Jun 19, 8:41am
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Roger J Kerr reckons something positive has already happened behind the scenes that we haven't yet been told about in the US-China trade dispute and he sees upcoming developments as positive for our currency
Roger J Kerr reckons something positive has already happened behind the scenes that we haven't yet been told about in the US-China trade dispute and he sees upcoming developments as positive for our currency
24th Jun 19, 8:41am
24th Jun 19, 8:07am
EUR ended the week on a strong note after better than expected PMI data, which also helped lift rates and drag US Treasury yields higher; NZD and AUD were flat for the day
EUR ended the week on a strong note after better than expected PMI data, which also helped lift rates and drag US Treasury yields higher; NZD and AUD were flat for the day
24th Jun 19, 8:07am
24th Jun 19, 7:30am
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Economists see the RBNZ holding fire when it reviews the OCR on Wednesday, before making one cut before the end of the year
Economists see the RBNZ holding fire when it reviews the OCR on Wednesday, before making one cut before the end of the year
24th Jun 19, 7:30am
24th Jun 19, 6:54am
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US bank stress tests clear; US PMIs weak; US house sales rise; Japan PMIs contract; UST 10yr yield at 2.06%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4, BIS warns on cryptos
US bank stress tests clear; US PMIs weak; US house sales rise; Japan PMIs contract; UST 10yr yield at 2.06%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70.4, BIS warns on cryptos
24th Jun 19, 6:54am
24th Jun 19, 12:06am
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In a falling mortgage rate market, a major lender shifts a key rate higher, putting it back in the middle of the pack
In a falling mortgage rate market, a major lender shifts a key rate higher, putting it back in the middle of the pack
24th Jun 19, 12:06am
23rd Jun 19, 6:01am
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Predicting which way house prices will go has become more difficult because the market is not following the usual rules, says Greg Ninness
Predicting which way house prices will go has become more difficult because the market is not following the usual rules, says Greg Ninness
23rd Jun 19, 6:01am
22nd Jun 19, 9:31am
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As the government steers homeowners toward the $50 bln apartment market, key players in the property sector have slammed the decision by the Housing Minister to delay new legislation updating the Unit Titles Act
As the government steers homeowners toward the $50 bln apartment market, key players in the property sector have slammed the decision by the Housing Minister to delay new legislation updating the Unit Titles Act
22nd Jun 19, 9:31am
22nd Jun 19, 9:01am
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Buy now, pay later service provider Afterpay airs concerns about the 'broad and uncertain regulatory call in' power currently proposed by the Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill
Buy now, pay later service provider Afterpay airs concerns about the 'broad and uncertain regulatory call in' power currently proposed by the Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill
22nd Jun 19, 9:01am

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