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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
9th Aug 22, 7:53am
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
Andy Mahony points out portfolio selection can be easily influenced by emotional connections
8th Aug 22, 10:48am
Andy Mahony points out portfolio selection can be easily influenced by emotional connections
Carbon sequestration becoming a rural issue, separating the HWEN supporters from the Climate Change Commission. Some farmers see an apocalyptic future for food production
8th Aug 22, 8:52am
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Carbon sequestration becoming a rural issue, separating the HWEN supporters from the Climate Change Commission. Some farmers see an apocalyptic future for food production
Economist Brian Easton says too many commentators on current price pressures have not understood that this time it is very different from the 1970s. Their prescriptions may accelerate inflation
8th Aug 22, 8:42am
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Economist Brian Easton says too many commentators on current price pressures have not understood that this time it is very different from the 1970s. Their prescriptions may accelerate inflation
Roger J Kerr says the markets are potentially under-estimating how quickly inflation could reduce over the second half of the year and, in turn, prompt central banks to ease their foot off the tight monetary policy brake a lot sooner than most imagined
8th Aug 22, 8:25am
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Roger J Kerr says the markets are potentially under-estimating how quickly inflation could reduce over the second half of the year and, in turn, prompt central banks to ease their foot off the tight monetary policy brake a lot sooner than most imagined
US nonfarm payrolls report blows market expectations out of the water. Market moves to price high chance of 75bps Fed hike in September. USD stronger, equity markets surprisingly resilient
8th Aug 22, 7:43am
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US nonfarm payrolls report blows market expectations out of the water. Market moves to price high chance of 75bps Fed hike in September. USD stronger, equity markets surprisingly resilient
'Bills' by LunchMoney Lewis, writes Chris Trotter, must be the all-time strangest theme-song ever chosen by a National Party leader
8th Aug 22, 7:32am
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'Bills' by LunchMoney Lewis, writes Chris Trotter, must be the all-time strangest theme-song ever chosen by a National Party leader
Global food prices fall; China exports rise on US demand; Japanese spending up; US jobs gains impress; India hikes +50 bps; UST 10yr 2.83%; gold and oil stable; NZ$1 = 62.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71
8th Aug 22, 7:20am
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Global food prices fall; China exports rise on US demand; Japanese spending up; US jobs gains impress; India hikes +50 bps; UST 10yr 2.83%; gold and oil stable; NZ$1 = 62.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71
Te wiki o te tāke – because tax is basically about politics (benefits for your supporters, paid for by your opponents), there are fights over the cost of living payments, who will pay for climate adaption, trusts, and who can unethically rort the system
7th Aug 22, 2:50pm
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Te wiki o te tāke – because tax is basically about politics (benefits for your supporters, paid for by your opponents), there are fights over the cost of living payments, who will pay for climate adaption, trusts, and who can unethically rort the system
interest.co.nz needs an experienced business or economics journalist to work from the Parliamentary Press Gallery
7th Aug 22, 10:22am
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interest.co.nz needs an experienced business or economics journalist to work from the Parliamentary Press Gallery
TOP Leader Raf Manji says an inquiry into the RBNZ's Covid-19 response could help establish a blueprint for managing future crises
7th Aug 22, 6:00am
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TOP Leader Raf Manji says an inquiry into the RBNZ's Covid-19 response could help establish a blueprint for managing future crises
James K. Galbraith contends that tightening US monetary policy will inflict social and economic harm with little to no payoff
6th Aug 22, 9:45am
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James K. Galbraith contends that tightening US monetary policy will inflict social and economic harm with little to no payoff
Tony Morgan explains why the four largest listed US companies - all tech stocks - set the tone for equity markets, and what you can learn from their investor reports
6th Aug 22, 9:31am
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Tony Morgan explains why the four largest listed US companies - all tech stocks - set the tone for equity markets, and what you can learn from their investor reports
Business can no longer ignore extreme heat events – it’s becoming a danger to the bottom line
6th Aug 22, 9:15am
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Business can no longer ignore extreme heat events – it’s becoming a danger to the bottom line
US jobs rise impresses; US consumers take on more debt; India hikes rates; Japan spending impresses; world food prices fall; UST 10yr 2.83%; gold down and oil stable; NZ$1 = 62.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71
6th Aug 22, 8:44am
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US jobs rise impresses; US consumers take on more debt; India hikes rates; Japan spending impresses; world food prices fall; UST 10yr 2.83%; gold down and oil stable; NZ$1 = 62.4 USc; TWI-5 = 71
Overall sales rate of just 15% at Barfoot & Thompson's latest weekly auctions
6th Aug 22, 6:18am
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Overall sales rate of just 15% at Barfoot & Thompson's latest weekly auctions
A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Friday; rate change impetus runs out of puff, weak new dwelling completions, strong EV prospects, PredictIt slapped, swaps flatter, NZD stable, & more
5th Aug 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Friday; rate change impetus runs out of puff, weak new dwelling completions, strong EV prospects, PredictIt slapped, swaps flatter, NZD stable, & more
Building industry disruptions reduced the construction of new homes in Auckland by 10.6% over the June year
5th Aug 22, 12:49pm
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Building industry disruptions reduced the construction of new homes in Auckland by 10.6% over the June year