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1st Dec 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; many retail rate cuts, FLP details released, retail trade looks up, pandemic travel insurance extended, swaps lower, NZD holds, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; many retail rate cuts, FLP details released, retail trade looks up, pandemic travel insurance extended, swaps lower, NZD holds, & more
1st Dec 20, 3:59pm
1st Dec 20, 3:17pm
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Revenue Minister David Parker says the 33% tax rate on trusts could be hiked if high-income earners avoid the new 39% tax rate
Revenue Minister David Parker says the 33% tax rate on trusts could be hiked if high-income earners avoid the new 39% tax rate
1st Dec 20, 3:17pm
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1st Dec 20, 2:50pm
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Reserve Bank provides details of its Funding for Lending Programme, which will launch next Monday, December 7 offering banks cheap, three-year funding
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Reserve Bank provides details of its Funding for Lending Programme, which will launch next Monday, December 7 offering banks cheap, three-year funding
1st Dec 20, 2:50pm
1st Dec 20, 1:49pm
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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority moves against 'material breaches of prudential liquidity standards' by Westpac, including in relation to Westpac NZ
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority moves against 'material breaches of prudential liquidity standards' by Westpac, including in relation to Westpac NZ
1st Dec 20, 1:49pm
1st Dec 20, 9:30am
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Heartland Group Holdings' project aiming to 'optimise value within the Group' mulls idea of pulling vehicle financing arm out of Heartland Bank as stand-alone subsidiary
Heartland Group Holdings' project aiming to 'optimise value within the Group' mulls idea of pulling vehicle financing arm out of Heartland Bank as stand-alone subsidiary
1st Dec 20, 9:30am
1st Dec 20, 9:05am
Allan Barber says nothing will be easy for the foreseeable future for red meat processors, prices will struggle to match the last 12 months, but exporters know that tension in the China market means alternatives are crucial
Allan Barber says nothing will be easy for the foreseeable future for red meat processors, prices will struggle to match the last 12 months, but exporters know that tension in the China market means alternatives are crucial
1st Dec 20, 9:05am
1st Dec 20, 7:43am
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Month-end flows a factor in overnight moves. US equities weaker after a huge month. USD stronger after a poor month. NZD lower after printing a fresh 2½-year high
Month-end flows a factor in overnight moves. US equities weaker after a huge month. USD stronger after a poor month. NZD lower after printing a fresh 2½-year high
1st Dec 20, 7:43am
1st Dec 20, 7:19am
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US data underwhelms; China data better strong; China retail about to overtake US retail; world grain prices surge; China caught in ugly fake; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
US data underwhelms; China data better strong; China retail about to overtake US retail; world grain prices surge; China caught in ugly fake; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.6
1st Dec 20, 7:19am
1st Dec 20, 6:40am
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Government extends business debt hibernation scheme for 10 months, despite the wage subsidy and other support measures only seeing 15 firms use the relief in full
Government extends business debt hibernation scheme for 10 months, despite the wage subsidy and other support measures only seeing 15 firms use the relief in full
1st Dec 20, 6:40am
1st Dec 20, 5:00am
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Average housing values in Auckland's eastern suburbs and Wellington up by around $2000 a week over the last year
Average housing values in Auckland's eastern suburbs and Wellington up by around $2000 a week over the last year
1st Dec 20, 5:00am
30th Nov 20, 4:09pm
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Govt pushes ahead with pre-election promise to double employees' sick leave to 10 days/year; Maximum unused sick leave that can be carried over to remain at 20 days/year
Govt pushes ahead with pre-election promise to double employees' sick leave to 10 days/year; Maximum unused sick leave that can be carried over to remain at 20 days/year
30th Nov 20, 4:09pm
30th Nov 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; reverse equity rates cut, Govt hires freely, business confidence improves, mortgage lending hits records, swaps and NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; reverse equity rates cut, Govt hires freely, business confidence improves, mortgage lending hits records, swaps and NZD stable, & more
30th Nov 20, 3:59pm
30th Nov 20, 3:40pm
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Reserve Bank statistics show the bumper mortgage month of October led to the biggest monthly and annual increase in the amount of mortgage money outstanding ever
Reserve Bank statistics show the bumper mortgage month of October led to the biggest monthly and annual increase in the amount of mortgage money outstanding ever
30th Nov 20, 3:40pm
30th Nov 20, 2:10pm
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ASB economists say politicians, policymakers and experts need to come together to discuss what can be done on housing and come up with binding recommendations on the way forward
ASB economists say politicians, policymakers and experts need to come together to discuss what can be done on housing and come up with binding recommendations on the way forward
30th Nov 20, 2:10pm
30th Nov 20, 1:37pm
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The number of properties being auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson has risen steadily through November
The number of properties being auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson has risen steadily through November
30th Nov 20, 1:37pm
30th Nov 20, 1:25pm
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ANZ Business Outlook survey results for November show 'a broad, renewed lift' in confidence
ANZ Business Outlook survey results for November show 'a broad, renewed lift' in confidence
30th Nov 20, 1:25pm
30th Nov 20, 11:58am
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Economist Brian Easton looks at why this government will not be transformative and questions whether we want it to be
Economist Brian Easton looks at why this government will not be transformative and questions whether we want it to be
30th Nov 20, 11:58am
30th Nov 20, 9:42am
Angus Kebbell investigates how COVID has changed and improved the way livestock is traded, finding innovation at saleyards, and also the development of new ways to trade
Angus Kebbell investigates how COVID has changed and improved the way livestock is traded, finding innovation at saleyards, and also the development of new ways to trade
30th Nov 20, 9:42am
30th Nov 20, 8:54am
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Roger J Kerr reflects on the positives and negatives for New Zealand during a most tumultuous year
Roger J Kerr reflects on the positives and negatives for New Zealand during a most tumultuous year
30th Nov 20, 8:54am
30th Nov 20, 8:44am
Demand for New Zealand logs in China are very good with solid demand, reducing inventory levels, and reduced supply from other countries. But log stocks building in a quiet India with diverted log supply
Demand for New Zealand logs in China are very good with solid demand, reducing inventory levels, and reduced supply from other countries. But log stocks building in a quiet India with diverted log supply
30th Nov 20, 8:44am
30th Nov 20, 8:30am
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Chris Trotter asks whether the global commitment to combatting climate change is compatible with the US-Israeli strategy of protecting Saudi-Arabia and its Persian Gulf allies from Iranian influence
Chris Trotter asks whether the global commitment to combatting climate change is compatible with the US-Israeli strategy of protecting Saudi-Arabia and its Persian Gulf allies from Iranian influence
30th Nov 20, 8:30am
30th Nov 20, 7:58am
Alex Ross sees the reflation trade alive and well. But if a return to normality means a withdrawal of artificially suppressed rates and stimulus, will this be positive for the Kiwi in the medium term? Perhaps not
Alex Ross sees the reflation trade alive and well. But if a return to normality means a withdrawal of artificially suppressed rates and stimulus, will this be positive for the Kiwi in the medium term? Perhaps not
30th Nov 20, 7:58am
30th Nov 20, 7:38am
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Quiet markets on Friday, after Thanksgiving. Equities nudge higher, bond yields lower. USD drifts lower to set a fresh multi-year low. NZD consolidates above 0.70
Quiet markets on Friday, after Thanksgiving. Equities nudge higher, bond yields lower. USD drifts lower to set a fresh multi-year low. NZD consolidates above 0.70
30th Nov 20, 7:38am
30th Nov 20, 7:19am
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China's company profits rise; Aussie wine targeted by China; US holiday shopping twists but growth expected; EU pessimistic; Swiss reject bans; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.3 USc; TWI-5 = 72.7
China's company profits rise; Aussie wine targeted by China; US holiday shopping twists but growth expected; EU pessimistic; Swiss reject bans; UST 10y at 0.84%; oil unchanged and gold down; NZ$1 = 70.3 USc; TWI-5 = 72.7
30th Nov 20, 7:19am
30th Nov 20, 6:31am
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Strong turnaround in people's house price expectations in the three months to the end of October
Strong turnaround in people's house price expectations in the three months to the end of October
30th Nov 20, 6:31am

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