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12th Dec 19, 11:11am
Three laws are about to come into force which will have some impact on the rural community and for a change they come with benefits. And, Chinese consumers are increasing their acceptance of dairy products
Three laws are about to come into force which will have some impact on the rural community and for a change they come with benefits. And, Chinese consumers are increasing their acceptance of dairy products
12th Dec 19, 11:11am
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Peter Dunne examines the prospect that our election next year may turn into an auction with the major parties seeking to outspend each other
Peter Dunne examines the prospect that our election next year may turn into an auction with the major parties seeking to outspend each other
12th Dec 19, 10:08am
12th Dec 19, 7:43am
NZD, AUD higher overnight alongside EM currencies. USD, US rates slightly lower ahead of FOMC announcement
NZD, AUD higher overnight alongside EM currencies. USD, US rates slightly lower ahead of FOMC announcement
12th Dec 19, 7:43am
12th Dec 19, 7:29am
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Why Treasury only expects to issue an additional $8 billion of bonds to cover $15 billion of new capital expenditure, and how further issuance is expected when higher operational expenditure is 'inevitably' announced
Why Treasury only expects to issue an additional $8 billion of bonds to cover $15 billion of new capital expenditure, and how further issuance is expected when higher operational expenditure is 'inevitably' announced
12th Dec 19, 7:29am
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12th Dec 19, 7:21am
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US CPI inflation up; US real wages stagnate; eyes on US tariff decision; airline profits lower; Aussie confidence drops; WTO rejects Aussie tariffs; UST 10yr yield at 1.81%; oil lower and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.7 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
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US CPI inflation up; US real wages stagnate; eyes on US tariff decision; airline profits lower; Aussie confidence drops; WTO rejects Aussie tariffs; UST 10yr yield at 1.81%; oil lower and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.7 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
12th Dec 19, 7:21am
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11th Dec 19, 5:09pm
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S&P comfortable with Govt upping debt as economic growth eases; Economists see less need for OCR cuts; Construction sector wants detail on infrastructure spend so it can gear up; National unhappy with deficit forecast for 2020
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S&P comfortable with Govt upping debt as economic growth eases; Economists see less need for OCR cuts; Construction sector wants detail on infrastructure spend so it can gear up; National unhappy with deficit forecast for 2020
11th Dec 19, 5:09pm
11th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, Govt stimulus confirmed, retail sales pick up strongly, credit rating upgrade, swaps firm, NZD unchanged, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes, Govt stimulus confirmed, retail sales pick up strongly, credit rating upgrade, swaps firm, NZD unchanged, & more
11th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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11th Dec 19, 1:00pm
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Grant Robertson announces extra $6.8 billion to be allocated towards transport infrastructure; New capital spending won't get out the door until 2021; Treasury forecasts lower tax revenue and weaker economic growth
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Grant Robertson announces extra $6.8 billion to be allocated towards transport infrastructure; New capital spending won't get out the door until 2021; Treasury forecasts lower tax revenue and weaker economic growth
11th Dec 19, 1:00pm
11th Dec 19, 12:09pm
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Federated Farmers says passing of Farm Debt Mediation Bill should help facilitate better conversations between farmers and their banks and where necessary a more structured way to address problems
Federated Farmers says passing of Farm Debt Mediation Bill should help facilitate better conversations between farmers and their banks and where necessary a more structured way to address problems
11th Dec 19, 12:09pm
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Retail card sales bounced back strongly in November 2019, Statistics NZ says, with much more spent on long-lasting goods such as recreational, hardware, and appliances, as well as food and drink
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Retail card sales bounced back strongly in November 2019, Statistics NZ says, with much more spent on long-lasting goods such as recreational, hardware, and appliances, as well as food and drink
11th Dec 19, 11:10am
11th Dec 19, 9:54am
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Nature has shown it definitely has the upper hand. Soil carbon science may challenge some current practices. The Government's freshwater proposals have some councils worried about how they are going to pay
Nature has shown it definitely has the upper hand. Soil carbon science may challenge some current practices. The Government's freshwater proposals have some councils worried about how they are going to pay
11th Dec 19, 9:54am
11th Dec 19, 9:52am
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Allan Barber assesses progress after four years of 'transformation' at the Alliance Group and finds only modest interim gains in a period of high market demand
Allan Barber assesses progress after four years of 'transformation' at the Alliance Group and finds only modest interim gains in a period of high market demand
11th Dec 19, 9:52am
11th Dec 19, 9:00am
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The number of work visas being approved is rising strongly while residency visas are falling
The number of work visas being approved is rising strongly while residency visas are falling
11th Dec 19, 9:00am
11th Dec 19, 8:11am
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More trade war headlines, but we’re still none the wiser. NZD, AUD slip a little overnight. NZ fiscal update today to show a “significant” easing, larger bond program
More trade war headlines, but we’re still none the wiser. NZD, AUD slip a little overnight. NZ fiscal update today to show a “significant” easing, larger bond program
11th Dec 19, 8:11am
11th Dec 19, 7:32am
Morgan Stanley analysts factor in chunky potential AUSTRAC penalty for BNZ's parent NAB, also see big capital raise and dividend cut under new CEO Ross McEwan
Morgan Stanley analysts factor in chunky potential AUSTRAC penalty for BNZ's parent NAB, also see big capital raise and dividend cut under new CEO Ross McEwan
11th Dec 19, 7:32am
11th Dec 19, 7:21am
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US pay and productivity weaken; NAFTA to be ratified; food turbocharges China CPI; China PPI drops; Canada raises bank capital buffers; German gloom rises; UST 10yr yield at 1.85%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 65.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
US pay and productivity weaken; NAFTA to be ratified; food turbocharges China CPI; China PPI drops; Canada raises bank capital buffers; German gloom rises; UST 10yr yield at 1.85%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 65.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
11th Dec 19, 7:21am
10th Dec 19, 4:08pm
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Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey
Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey
10th Dec 19, 4:08pm
10th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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A closer look at Phil Twyford's much-anticipated Bill that will give central government the power to fast-track large urban development projects
A closer look at Phil Twyford's much-anticipated Bill that will give central government the power to fast-track large urban development projects
10th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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10th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday: Co-op Bank trims, truckometer trend weak, tourism a stable 10% of NZ economy, dairy farms hard to sell, swaps lower, NZD stays high, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday: Co-op Bank trims, truckometer trend weak, tourism a stable 10% of NZ economy, dairy farms hard to sell, swaps lower, NZD stays high, & more
10th Dec 19, 3:59pm
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Green Party officially withdraws support for set point debt targets, saying they've 'limited the Government's scope for change'; Party's new policy says 'current approach to fiscal management embeds neoliberalism'
Green Party officially withdraws support for set point debt targets, saying they've 'limited the Government's scope for change'; Party's new policy says 'current approach to fiscal management embeds neoliberalism'
10th Dec 19, 1:51pm

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