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8th Mar 21, 12:07pm
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A senior Waikato farm adviser reports his clients are actively looking for positive leadership and practical ideas from Wellington on the new road to climate sustainability, and notice how lacking it is at present
A senior Waikato farm adviser reports his clients are actively looking for positive leadership and practical ideas from Wellington on the new road to climate sustainability, and notice how lacking it is at present
8th Mar 21, 12:07pm
8th Mar 21, 10:42am
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QV says average housing values up 6.8% over the last three months but warns of a gradual cooling as new LVR restrictions start to kick in
QV says average housing values up 6.8% over the last three months but warns of a gradual cooling as new LVR restrictions start to kick in
8th Mar 21, 10:42am
8th Mar 21, 10:11am
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Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
Whether it be defeating the fascist disease, or eliminating the Coronavirus, history teaches us that not all capitalists are bad, Chris Trotter says
8th Mar 21, 10:11am
8th Mar 21, 9:59am
Burcu Senel, who has worked for HSBC for 15 years, is named as the bank's new New Zealand CEO
Burcu Senel, who has worked for HSBC for 15 years, is named as the bank's new New Zealand CEO
8th Mar 21, 9:59am
8th Mar 21, 9:16am
Guy Trafford looks at the supply indicators for sheep over the next six months. He also assesses the beef supply situation where rewards are likely in 2021
Guy Trafford looks at the supply indicators for sheep over the next six months. He also assesses the beef supply situation where rewards are likely in 2021
8th Mar 21, 9:16am
8th Mar 21, 9:11am
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Economist Brian Easton asks: How can we can make wellbeing at the centre of public policy if we don't measure it?
Economist Brian Easton asks: How can we can make wellbeing at the centre of public policy if we don't measure it?
8th Mar 21, 9:11am
8th Mar 21, 8:27am
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Roger J Kerr says forex investors and traders are focused on the US dollar and not keen to buy the NZ currency at such high levels
Roger J Kerr says forex investors and traders are focused on the US dollar and not keen to buy the NZ currency at such high levels
8th Mar 21, 8:27am
8th Mar 21, 8:06am
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Alex Ross says central banks are now playing game theory with markets thinking they can win, when ultimately markets will be ready to have that head on collision if needed
Alex Ross says central banks are now playing game theory with markets thinking they can win, when ultimately markets will be ready to have that head on collision if needed
8th Mar 21, 8:06am
8th Mar 21, 7:44am
US nonfarm payrolls much stronger than expected. Yields initially spike higher, before reversing. Equities rebound strongly, USD appreciates again. NZD falls towards 0.71 before rebounding with equities
US nonfarm payrolls much stronger than expected. Yields initially spike higher, before reversing. Equities rebound strongly, USD appreciates again. NZD falls towards 0.71 before rebounding with equities
8th Mar 21, 7:44am
8th Mar 21, 7:19am
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China trade activity swells; China sets 6% growth target; US payrolls expand faster; US stimulus ready to deploy; Aussie coal power in crisis; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil up and gold low; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
China trade activity swells; China sets 6% growth target; US payrolls expand faster; US stimulus ready to deploy; Aussie coal power in crisis; UST 10yr at 1.58%; oil up and gold low; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
8th Mar 21, 7:19am
7th Mar 21, 11:15am
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The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
7th Mar 21, 11:15am
7th Mar 21, 6:02am
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Infrastructure Commission chairman Alan Bollard says councils need to borrow more to invest in infrastructure, saying limited revenue sources isn't an excuse
Infrastructure Commission chairman Alan Bollard says councils need to borrow more to invest in infrastructure, saying limited revenue sources isn't an excuse
7th Mar 21, 6:02am
6th Mar 21, 11:12am
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Risky returns or safe havens. How investor sentiment can impact your exchange rates
Risky returns or safe havens. How investor sentiment can impact your exchange rates
6th Mar 21, 11:12am
6th Mar 21, 10:18am
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José Antonio Ocampo identifies two key reforms that would boost the impact of the International Monetary Fund's reserve asset
José Antonio Ocampo identifies two key reforms that would boost the impact of the International Monetary Fund's reserve asset
6th Mar 21, 10:18am
6th Mar 21, 9:34am
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Gareth Vaughan looks at the slow burn that is the New Zealand peer to peer lending sector and ponders whether the one time hot new thing in financial services can be considered a flop
Gareth Vaughan looks at the slow burn that is the New Zealand peer to peer lending sector and ponders whether the one time hot new thing in financial services can be considered a flop
6th Mar 21, 9:34am
6th Mar 21, 9:16am
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More than half the new homes consented last year were stand alone houses, less than 10% were apartments
More than half the new homes consented last year were stand alone houses, less than 10% were apartments
6th Mar 21, 9:16am
6th Mar 21, 8:44am
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US non-farm payrolls rise faster; Biden stimulus close; US trade balance worse; China sets 6% growth target; South Korea targets hydrogen; UST 10yr at 1.56%; oil up and gold low; NZ$1 = 71.5 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
US non-farm payrolls rise faster; Biden stimulus close; US trade balance worse; China sets 6% growth target; South Korea targets hydrogen; UST 10yr at 1.56%; oil up and gold low; NZ$1 = 71.5 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
6th Mar 21, 8:44am
5th Mar 21, 4:18pm
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Auckland to move to Level 2 and rest of NZ Level 1 at 6am Sunday; Alert levels to be reviewed at the end of next week
Auckland to move to Level 2 and rest of NZ Level 1 at 6am Sunday; Alert levels to be reviewed at the end of next week
5th Mar 21, 4:18pm
5th Mar 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, construction drags, commodity prices jump, worry about costs & housing, bond and swap rates rise, NZD falls, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; no retail rate changes, construction drags, commodity prices jump, worry about costs & housing, bond and swap rates rise, NZD falls, & more
5th Mar 21, 3:59pm
5th Mar 21, 1:23pm
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David Hargreaves hopes that Fonterra's excellent recent work to recover its position won't be blown off course by the pressure higher milk costs will put on its margins
David Hargreaves hopes that Fonterra's excellent recent work to recover its position won't be blown off course by the pressure higher milk costs will put on its margins
5th Mar 21, 1:23pm
5th Mar 21, 9:29am
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Auckland may lead the housing market down as LVR restrictions, higher levels of residential construction and eventual higher interest rates start to kick in
Auckland may lead the housing market down as LVR restrictions, higher levels of residential construction and eventual higher interest rates start to kick in
5th Mar 21, 9:29am
5th Mar 21, 9:28am
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RBNZ Governor says it's too early to decide whether to get worried about rising bond yields, as ANZ Chief Economist warns a 1% mortgage rate rise would chew up 5% of Aucklanders’ disposable incomes
RBNZ Governor says it's too early to decide whether to get worried about rising bond yields, as ANZ Chief Economist warns a 1% mortgage rate rise would chew up 5% of Aucklanders’ disposable incomes
5th Mar 21, 9:28am
5th Mar 21, 9:03am
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Fonterra raises its farmgate milk payout price to its second highest level ever, after earlier raising its earnings guidance
Fonterra raises its farmgate milk payout price to its second highest level ever, after earlier raising its earnings guidance
5th Mar 21, 9:03am
5th Mar 21, 7:55am
Bond market sell-off resumes, with US 10-year breaking back above 1.5%. Market seemingly disappointed Powell didn't push back more firmly on yield rise. Equities lower, USD higher. 10-year swap rate back to 2% as NZ tracks Aussie rates higher
Bond market sell-off resumes, with US 10-year breaking back above 1.5%. Market seemingly disappointed Powell didn't push back more firmly on yield rise. Equities lower, USD higher. 10-year swap rate back to 2% as NZ tracks Aussie rates higher
5th Mar 21, 7:55am
5th Mar 21, 7:26am
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Inflation rises; food prices jump; US jobless claims up; EU retail sales slump; Brexit gets even messier; Australia get record trade surplus; UST 10yr at 1.54%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 72.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.9
Inflation rises; food prices jump; US jobless claims up; EU retail sales slump; Brexit gets even messier; Australia get record trade surplus; UST 10yr at 1.54%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 72.1 USc; TWI-5 = 73.9
5th Mar 21, 7:26am

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