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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; many retail rate changes, commercial consents rise sharply, record concrete pour, ASB reports record profits, swaps stop falling, NZD firm, & more
10th Aug 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Wednesday; many retail rate changes, commercial consents rise sharply, record concrete pour, ASB reports record profits, swaps stop falling, NZD firm, & more
Value of new office and warehouse buildings being consented running at record levels
10th Aug 22, 1:46pm
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Value of new office and warehouse buildings being consented running at record levels
a2 shares slump about 10% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has deferred a2's application to import infant milk formula products into the US
10th Aug 22, 11:13am
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a2 shares slump about 10% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has deferred a2's application to import infant milk formula products into the US
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ASB June year profit pushes towards $1.5 billion, CEO Vittoria Shortt says affordable lending principles working in rising interest rate environment
10th Aug 22, 10:48am
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ASB June year profit pushes towards $1.5 billion, CEO Vittoria Shortt says affordable lending principles working in rising interest rate environment
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With BNZ now offering 3% for a six month term deposit, that embeds a much steeper term deposit rate curve and shines a light on just how steep it has become
10th Aug 22, 10:32am
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With BNZ now offering 3% for a six month term deposit, that embeds a much steeper term deposit rate curve and shines a light on just how steep it has become
David Hargreaves has a crunch of inflation expectations in which he points out that getting people to predict what they think inflation will be in future is not about whether they can pick a correct number or not
10th Aug 22, 8:30am
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David Hargreaves has a crunch of inflation expectations in which he points out that getting people to predict what they think inflation will be in future is not about whether they can pick a correct number or not
Higher US Treasury rates and further curve flattening, driving the 2s10s spread deeper into negative territory. Market nerves ahead of key US CPI data tonight
10th Aug 22, 7:53am
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Higher US Treasury rates and further curve flattening, driving the 2s10s spread deeper into negative territory. Market nerves ahead of key US CPI data tonight
Luxon drops initial backing of Uffindell, stands down Tauranga MP after new bullying and violence allegations surface
10th Aug 22, 7:29am
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Luxon drops initial backing of Uffindell, stands down Tauranga MP after new bullying and violence allegations surface
US retail momentum slows, productivity tanks; US cattle farmers retreat; Japanese machine tool orders dip; Aussie confidence diverges; OECD glum; UST 10yr 2.80%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.8 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
10th Aug 22, 7:25am
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US retail momentum slows, productivity tanks; US cattle farmers retreat; Japanese machine tool orders dip; Aussie confidence diverges; OECD glum; UST 10yr 2.80%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.8 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Tuesday; no retail changes, weak retail, traffic activity ok, recession avoided?, Orange remains, swaps retreat, NZD holds, & more
9th Aug 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Tuesday; no retail changes, weak retail, traffic activity ok, recession avoided?, Orange remains, swaps retreat, NZD holds, & more
Auditor General skewers Three Waters' lack of accountability to locals, exposing the plan to solve Aotearoa-NZ's infrastructure funding problem (without a proper debate) as too clever for its own good
9th Aug 22, 3:57pm
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Auditor General skewers Three Waters' lack of accountability to locals, exposing the plan to solve Aotearoa-NZ's infrastructure funding problem (without a proper debate) as too clever for its own good
New National MP for Tauranga admits he hit and bullied others, on top of assault at Kings College
9th Aug 22, 1:13pm
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New National MP for Tauranga admits he hit and bullied others, on top of assault at Kings College
A foot and mouth outbreak in NZ would affect more than agriculture – tourism needs a plan too
9th Aug 22, 1:04pm
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A foot and mouth outbreak in NZ would affect more than agriculture – tourism needs a plan too
Reserve Bank of Australia to probe use cases and potential economic benefits of introducing a central bank digital currency
9th Aug 22, 11:54am
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Reserve Bank of Australia to probe use cases and potential economic benefits of introducing a central bank digital currency
If society wants lower impacts from livestock on private land, will they achieve it by paying farmers for their loss, or regulate it because they have power to impose costs on landowners?
9th Aug 22, 10:11am
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If society wants lower impacts from livestock on private land, will they achieve it by paying farmers for their loss, or regulate it because they have power to impose costs on landowners?
BNZ economists say one of the tricky aspects facing the RBNZ is the 'market' desire to price in interest rate cuts next year
9th Aug 22, 9:17am
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BNZ economists say one of the tricky aspects facing the RBNZ is the 'market' desire to price in interest rate cuts next year
Katharine Moody says we should tackle climate adaptation planning with a clear understanding of the likelihood of events unfolding, rather than from the perspective of the full range of possibilities
9th Aug 22, 9:16am
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Katharine Moody says we should tackle climate adaptation planning with a clear understanding of the likelihood of events unfolding, rather than from the perspective of the full range of possibilities
Some reversal of Friday's price action, with US Treasury yields lower and USD lower. Further inversion of US 2s10s curve signaling recession ahead, but US equities unfazed
9th Aug 22, 7:53am
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Some reversal of Friday's price action, with US Treasury yields lower and USD lower. Further inversion of US 2s10s curve signaling recession ahead, but US equities unfazed
US inflation expectations ease; Congress passes Biden plan; China squeezes Taiwan hard; China battles wider pandemic spread; Norway hoards electricity; UST 10yr 2.77%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 71.3
9th Aug 22, 7:30am
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US inflation expectations ease; Congress passes Biden plan; China squeezes Taiwan hard; China battles wider pandemic spread; Norway hoards electricity; UST 10yr 2.77%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 71.3
Average dwelling values declining throughout NZ with values in Wellington, Palmerston North and Dunedin having the sharpest falls
9th Aug 22, 5:00am
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Average dwelling values declining throughout NZ with values in Wellington, Palmerston North and Dunedin having the sharpest falls
Poll shows National/ACT could govern alone, but revelations new MP beat up a kid cloud the news
8th Aug 22, 8:07pm
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Poll shows National/ACT could govern alone, but revelations new MP beat up a kid cloud the news
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Monday; few retail rate changes, new-build costs jump, key inflation expectations ease, misery up, swaps up, NZD wavers, & more
8th Aug 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Monday; few retail rate changes, new-build costs jump, key inflation expectations ease, misery up, swaps up, NZD wavers, & more
Influential RBNZ survey shows significant fall in expectations of inflation in two years time - but the fall is unlikely to deter the central bank from another 50 point OCR hike next week
8th Aug 22, 3:33pm
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Influential RBNZ survey shows significant fall in expectations of inflation in two years time - but the fall is unlikely to deter the central bank from another 50 point OCR hike next week
Cost increases appear to be driving the push to more intensive housing especially in Auckland
8th Aug 22, 12:51pm
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Cost increases appear to be driving the push to more intensive housing especially in Auckland
Westpac economists think NZ is finding where the unemployment floor lies, with no net growth in Job numbers and all of the heat in labour market coming through in pay rates
8th Aug 22, 12:00pm
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Westpac economists think NZ is finding where the unemployment floor lies, with no net growth in Job numbers and all of the heat in labour market coming through in pay rates