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25th Jan 21, 2:18pm
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China Skinny offers some marketing insights into the Chinese beauty category, pointing out what works in China, and what doesn't resonate with Chinese customers
China Skinny offers some marketing insights into the Chinese beauty category, pointing out what works in China, and what doesn't resonate with Chinese customers
25th Jan 21, 2:18pm
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25th Jan 21, 1:30pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says genome testing has shown the new community case has the South African 'variant' of the virus
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says genome testing has shown the new community case has the South African 'variant' of the virus
25th Jan 21, 1:30pm
25th Jan 21, 10:48am
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Don't hold your breath if you're waiting for floating mortgage rate cuts from the big four banks. But do haggle with 'em if you want a lower rate
Don't hold your breath if you're waiting for floating mortgage rate cuts from the big four banks. But do haggle with 'em if you want a lower rate
25th Jan 21, 10:48am
25th Jan 21, 8:32am
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Alex Ross says things have gotten really crazy in financial markets with excesses everywhere you look. He suggests how importers and exporters should protect themselves while participating in fx markets
Alex Ross says things have gotten really crazy in financial markets with excesses everywhere you look. He suggests how importers and exporters should protect themselves while participating in fx markets
25th Jan 21, 8:32am
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A recent opinion piece by the Herald’s John Roughan raises the question of how far society should go to bring right-wing extremists back into the fold of political acceptance. Chris Trotter offers an answer
A recent opinion piece by the Herald’s John Roughan raises the question of how far society should go to bring right-wing extremists back into the fold of political acceptance. Chris Trotter offers an answer
25th Jan 21, 8:30am
25th Jan 21, 8:25am
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Economist Brian Easton says the Treasury forecasts suggest the economy is doing better than expected after the Covid shock
Economist Brian Easton says the Treasury forecasts suggest the economy is doing better than expected after the Covid shock
25th Jan 21, 8:25am
25th Jan 21, 8:12am
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Roger J Kerr says RBNZ economic forecasting gurus need to spend more time talking to businesses at the coal-front of the economy and less time on the theory of calibrating their econometric models to what is happening in the rest of the world
Roger J Kerr says RBNZ economic forecasting gurus need to spend more time talking to businesses at the coal-front of the economy and less time on the theory of calibrating their econometric models to what is happening in the rest of the world
25th Jan 21, 8:12am
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Japan and Europe struggling; US and China rising; Australia benefits from their gains; the travel-to-consumer-goods shift causes inflation stress; UST 10yr at 1.09%; oil soft and gold firm; NZ$1 = 71.8 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
Japan and Europe struggling; US and China rising; Australia benefits from their gains; the travel-to-consumer-goods shift causes inflation stress; UST 10yr at 1.09%; oil soft and gold firm; NZ$1 = 71.8 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
25th Jan 21, 7:19am
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24th Jan 21, 3:32pm
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Person who was recently released from managed isolation in Auckland travelled widely and visited over 30 locations in the southern part of Northland before testing positive
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Person who was recently released from managed isolation in Auckland travelled widely and visited over 30 locations in the southern part of Northland before testing positive
24th Jan 21, 3:32pm
24th Jan 21, 10:59am
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Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
24th Jan 21, 10:59am
24th Jan 21, 6:31am
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Gareth Vaughan on the central bank propping up a share market, an obituary for a failed presidency, trusts slipping through the crackdown cracks, the buy now pay later bubble & Iran's struggles with bitcoin mining
Gareth Vaughan on the central bank propping up a share market, an obituary for a failed presidency, trusts slipping through the crackdown cracks, the buy now pay later bubble & Iran's struggles with bitcoin mining
24th Jan 21, 6:31am
23rd Jan 21, 11:07am
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The recent hailstorm in the Nelson region will have a huge impact on the local economy, raising stress and anxiety for horticulturalists and their workers alike. Other rural sectors are enjoying much better conditions
The recent hailstorm in the Nelson region will have a huge impact on the local economy, raising stress and anxiety for horticulturalists and their workers alike. Other rural sectors are enjoying much better conditions
23rd Jan 21, 11:07am
23rd Jan 21, 8:37am
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US & Canadian data positive; China reserves grow; Japan & EU PMIs weaker; Aussie factories in good shape but retail sales slip; carmakers raise prices; UST 10yr at 1.09%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 71.8 USc; TWI-5 = 73.1
US & Canadian data positive; China reserves grow; Japan & EU PMIs weaker; Aussie factories in good shape but retail sales slip; carmakers raise prices; UST 10yr at 1.09%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 71.8 USc; TWI-5 = 73.1
23rd Jan 21, 8:37am
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Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
Cyber attack prompts RBNZ to delay collecting and publishing bank data, key to policymakers addressing the housing crisis and ensuring the financial system is stable
22nd Jan 21, 7:01pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; more mortgage rate cuts, ChCh consents flood, PMI stumbles, CPI up, FPH rises further, swaps firm, NZD firm, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; more mortgage rate cuts, ChCh consents flood, PMI stumbles, CPI up, FPH rises further, swaps firm, NZD firm, & more
22nd Jan 21, 3:59pm
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22nd Jan 21, 11:09am
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CPI inflation higher than expected by RBNZ and market in December quarter at 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and 1.4% year-on-year; Rate cuts unlikely
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CPI inflation higher than expected by RBNZ and market in December quarter at 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and 1.4% year-on-year; Rate cuts unlikely
22nd Jan 21, 11:09am
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Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
22nd Jan 21, 9:12am
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More big banks slip into line with lower one year fixed rate home loan offers. BNZ is the latest, then ASB. But challenger banks still have lower rates on the table
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More big banks slip into line with lower one year fixed rate home loan offers. BNZ is the latest, then ASB. But challenger banks still have lower rates on the table
22nd Jan 21, 8:37am
22nd Jan 21, 8:02am
Risk sentiment swings around overnight. Fresh S&P500 high gives way to flat result. NZD lower after printing above 0.7220. Stronger US data; No surprises from ECB or BoJ
Risk sentiment swings around overnight. Fresh S&P500 high gives way to flat result. NZD lower after printing above 0.7220. Stronger US data; No surprises from ECB or BoJ
22nd Jan 21, 8:02am
22nd Jan 21, 7:29am
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US jobless claims rise again; Canada still leaking jobs; Japan's trade surplus rises; China's outbound investment modest; AU's jobless rate falls; UST 10yr at 1.10%; oil and gold slip; NZ$1 = 71.9 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
US jobless claims rise again; Canada still leaking jobs; Japan's trade surplus rises; China's outbound investment modest; AU's jobless rate falls; UST 10yr at 1.10%; oil and gold slip; NZ$1 = 71.9 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
22nd Jan 21, 7:29am
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UK think-tank delves into whether quantitative easing, such as the RBNZ's COVID-era large scale asset purchase programme, worsens wealth and income inequality
UK think-tank delves into whether quantitative easing, such as the RBNZ's COVID-era large scale asset purchase programme, worsens wealth and income inequality
22nd Jan 21, 5:00am
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Govt to unveil demand-side housing response and 'high-level' decisions around the RMA in February, followed by supply-side measures at the May Budget
Govt to unveil demand-side housing response and 'high-level' decisions around the RMA in February, followed by supply-side measures at the May Budget
21st Jan 21, 4:08pm
21st Jan 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no retail rate changes, good jobs indications, slow immigration, rising Treasury yields, swaps stable, NZD firms, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no retail rate changes, good jobs indications, slow immigration, rising Treasury yields, swaps stable, NZD firms, & more
21st Jan 21, 3:59pm
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NZ Govt Bond Tender #753; Tender Date 21 Jan 2021
NZ Govt Bond Tender #753; Tender Date 21 Jan 2021
21st Jan 21, 2:32pm
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Westpac economists expect annual house price inflation will peak at 20% later this year, 'which is not an environment conducive to further OCR cuts'
Westpac economists expect annual house price inflation will peak at 20% later this year, 'which is not an environment conducive to further OCR cuts'
21st Jan 21, 1:28pm

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