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14th May 21, 9:52am
Simplicity and Smartshares to become default KiwiSaver providers, while ANZ, AMP, ASB, Fisher Funds and Mercer won't have their contracts renewed
Simplicity and Smartshares to become default KiwiSaver providers, while ANZ, AMP, ASB, Fisher Funds and Mercer won't have their contracts renewed
14th May 21, 9:52am
14th May 21, 8:02am
US equity markets recover. US 10-year rate moves back to 1.66%. Fed officials continue to claim current inflation pressures will be temporary. NZ 10-year swap rate breaks above 2% for the first time since March
US equity markets recover. US 10-year rate moves back to 1.66%. Fed officials continue to claim current inflation pressures will be temporary. NZ 10-year swap rate breaks above 2% for the first time since March
14th May 21, 8:02am
14th May 21, 7:27am
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US jobless claims fall; US producer prices jump; Canada producer prices leap; commodity price rises take a breather; Aussie inflation expectations ignore global moves; UST 10yr at 1.67%; oil falls back and gold holds; NZ$1 = 71.7 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
US jobless claims fall; US producer prices jump; Canada producer prices leap; commodity price rises take a breather; Aussie inflation expectations ignore global moves; UST 10yr at 1.67%; oil falls back and gold holds; NZ$1 = 71.7 USc; TWI-5 = 73.6
14th May 21, 7:27am
13th May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; long TD rates rise, real estate markets cools, food prices stable, concrete poured rises, NZGB yeilds rise, swaps steepen, NZD falls, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; long TD rates rise, real estate markets cools, food prices stable, concrete poured rises, NZGB yeilds rise, swaps steepen, NZD falls, & more
13th May 21, 3:59pm
13th May 21, 2:17pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #768; Tender Date 13 May 2021
NZ Govt Bond Tender #768; Tender Date 13 May 2021
13th May 21, 2:17pm
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13th May 21, 1:59pm
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Travel update: Ministerial trade trips to resume next month; Vaccine rollout may hit a speed bump; Immigrating to NZ likely to become harder for low-skilled people; Vaccinated people may be let in to NZ before vaccine rollout is complete
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Travel update: Ministerial trade trips to resume next month; Vaccine rollout may hit a speed bump; Immigrating to NZ likely to become harder for low-skilled people; Vaccinated people may be let in to NZ before vaccine rollout is complete
13th May 21, 1:59pm
13th May 21, 11:46am
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Serious Fraud Office files criminal charges against six people in relation to donation made to Labour
Serious Fraud Office files criminal charges against six people in relation to donation made to Labour
13th May 21, 11:46am
13th May 21, 11:16am
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Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi argue that private-sector trial and error, not the State, is the driving force behind innovation
Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi argue that private-sector trial and error, not the State, is the driving force behind innovation
13th May 21, 11:16am
13th May 21, 9:52am
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The national median dwelling price declined by 1.8% in April but price movements were mixed around the country
The national median dwelling price declined by 1.8% in April but price movements were mixed around the country
13th May 21, 9:52am
13th May 21, 8:00am
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Game over...or is it? US CPI inflation an absolute shocker. Vice chair Clarida still runs the party line "it's transitory". US equities tumble, US 10-year rate pushes up to 1.69%. Risk-off move sees USD strength
Game over...or is it? US CPI inflation an absolute shocker. Vice chair Clarida still runs the party line "it's transitory". US equities tumble, US 10-year rate pushes up to 1.69%. Risk-off move sees USD strength
13th May 21, 8:00am
13th May 21, 7:36am
The Government details the Commerce Commission's proposed powers to regulate merchant service fees in a 'future-proofed' regulatory regime
The Government details the Commerce Commission's proposed powers to regulate merchant service fees in a 'future-proofed' regulatory regime
13th May 21, 7:36am
13th May 21, 7:28am
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US inflation leaps; US budget deficit stabilises; commodity prices rise further; China debt growth less than expected; EU data lackluster; Wall Street slips; UST 10yr at 1.68%; oil rises and gold dips; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.4
US inflation leaps; US budget deficit stabilises; commodity prices rise further; China debt growth less than expected; EU data lackluster; Wall Street slips; UST 10yr at 1.68%; oil rises and gold dips; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.4
13th May 21, 7:28am
12th May 21, 8:00pm
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After years of living in choking pollution, Mark Tanner is watching China start a halting transition to 'sustainable environmentalism' led by young people. This gives brands with authentic sustainability a head-start advantage
After years of living in choking pollution, Mark Tanner is watching China start a halting transition to 'sustainable environmentalism' led by young people. This gives brands with authentic sustainability a head-start advantage
12th May 21, 8:00pm
12th May 21, 5:00pm
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RBNZ concludes - based on 'inconclusive' international research - that it doesn't know what impact low interest rates have had on inequality
RBNZ concludes - based on 'inconclusive' international research - that it doesn't know what impact low interest rates have had on inequality
12th May 21, 5:00pm
12th May 21, 4:25pm
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Guy Trafford traces changing consumer emotions around any chemical with a three-letter code, risking the useful for environmental remediation on the altar of the [impossible] quick-fix obsession
Guy Trafford traces changing consumer emotions around any chemical with a three-letter code, risking the useful for environmental remediation on the altar of the [impossible] quick-fix obsession
12th May 21, 4:25pm
12th May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; Heartland cuts mortgage rates hard, job ads rise sharply, LGFA bond wildly popular, power prices ease, swaps steepen, NZD softer, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; Heartland cuts mortgage rates hard, job ads rise sharply, LGFA bond wildly popular, power prices ease, swaps steepen, NZD softer, & more
12th May 21, 3:59pm
12th May 21, 2:18pm
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In a surprise move, Heartland Bank has sharply cut its floating and one year fixed home loan rates to levels that will cause its rivals to have a double-take
In a surprise move, Heartland Bank has sharply cut its floating and one year fixed home loan rates to levels that will cause its rivals to have a double-take
12th May 21, 2:18pm
12th May 21, 1:48pm
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As long as interest rates don't rise appreciably, our housing market should be fine. Probably. But inflation is the wild card. Potentially very wild
As long as interest rates don't rise appreciably, our housing market should be fine. Probably. But inflation is the wild card. Potentially very wild
12th May 21, 1:48pm
12th May 21, 9:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on a parody of a parody; Viktor Shvets, crypto-mania & leverage; Grant Robertson & Jacinda Ardern's CGT 'rift'; Biden's bond vigilante demons; and how the 1% live
Gareth Vaughan on a parody of a parody; Viktor Shvets, crypto-mania & leverage; Grant Robertson & Jacinda Ardern's CGT 'rift'; Biden's bond vigilante demons; and how the 1% live
12th May 21, 9:59am
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12th May 21, 9:05am
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Government to empower Commerce Commission to regulate fees charged by banks and card companies that are paid by retailers and other small businesses
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Government to empower Commerce Commission to regulate fees charged by banks and card companies that are paid by retailers and other small businesses
12th May 21, 9:05am
12th May 21, 7:46am
US equities fall again, but this time not led by tech sector. US 10-year rate drifts higher. Only modest currency moves; NZD and AUD track sideways. More spending in Australian Budget
US equities fall again, but this time not led by tech sector. US 10-year rate drifts higher. Only modest currency moves; NZD and AUD track sideways. More spending in Australian Budget
12th May 21, 7:46am
12th May 21, 7:19am
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US job openings rise; another huge UST debt issue; German sentiment jumps; China's population at turning point; Australia gets big-spending budget; UST 10yr at 1.62%; oil stable and gold dips; NZ$1 = 72.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74
US job openings rise; another huge UST debt issue; German sentiment jumps; China's population at turning point; Australia gets big-spending budget; UST 10yr at 1.62%; oil stable and gold dips; NZ$1 = 72.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74
12th May 21, 7:19am
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11th May 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no retail rate changes, retail spending up, truck activity firm, LGFA to issue a big bond, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no retail rate changes, retail spending up, truck activity firm, LGFA to issue a big bond, swaps stable, NZD stable, & more
11th May 21, 3:59pm
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11th May 21, 3:47pm
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Chris Hipkins softens his stance on the public sector wage freeze, committing to reviewing the guidance next year; Unions claim the Government has backed down a little more generally
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Chris Hipkins softens his stance on the public sector wage freeze, committing to reviewing the guidance next year; Unions claim the Government has backed down a little more generally
11th May 21, 3:47pm
11th May 21, 3:46pm
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A report into management of the wage subsidy scheme has recommended that the organisations managing it conduct a review to 'properly evaluate it' for potential future purposes
A report into management of the wage subsidy scheme has recommended that the organisations managing it conduct a review to 'properly evaluate it' for potential future purposes
11th May 21, 3:46pm

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