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Roger J Kerr says the foreign exchange markets seem to be taking the view that the historical GDP growth numbers are questionable and the risks ahead for the NZ economy outweigh any positive past performance
20th Sep 21, 8:15am
Roger J Kerr says the foreign exchange markets seem to be taking the view that the historical GDP growth numbers are questionable and the risks ahead for the NZ economy outweigh any positive past performance
S&P500 lower, USD stronger on Friday as risk appetite remains cautious ahead of Fed meeting this week. NZ 2-year swap rate hits 1.50%, its highest level since mid-2019
20th Sep 21, 8:03am
S&P500 lower, USD stronger on Friday as risk appetite remains cautious ahead of Fed meeting this week. NZ 2-year swap rate hits 1.50%, its highest level since mid-2019
To join this 'Coalition of the Waning': this AUKUS Pact created by the three military aggressors of the Iraq War; would not only be folly – it would be criminal folly
20th Sep 21, 8:02am
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To join this 'Coalition of the Waning': this AUKUS Pact created by the three military aggressors of the Iraq War; would not only be folly – it would be criminal folly
US Fed faces US debt ceiling stoush, sinking consumer sentiment, and Wall St unease; PBoC faces its own stresses; iron ore price sinks fast; UST 10yr 1.36%, oil and gold soft; NZ$1 = 70.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
20th Sep 21, 7:19am
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US Fed faces US debt ceiling stoush, sinking consumer sentiment, and Wall St unease; PBoC faces its own stresses; iron ore price sinks fast; UST 10yr 1.36%, oil and gold soft; NZ$1 = 70.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73.8
Te Wiki o te Tāke, The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, the Cullen Fund pays $2.3 billion in tax, and a higher tax rate to fund superannuation?
19th Sep 21, 10:56am
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Te Wiki o te Tāke, The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, the Cullen Fund pays $2.3 billion in tax, and a higher tax rate to fund superannuation?
With wholesale interest rates on the rise as the markets expect an OCR rise soon, we check where term deposit rates are now and how they compare to Aussie rates, where no rate rises are on the horizon
19th Sep 21, 6:00am
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With wholesale interest rates on the rise as the markets expect an OCR rise soon, we check where term deposit rates are now and how they compare to Aussie rates, where no rate rises are on the horizon
Strong dairy prices are not translating into many dairy farm sales transactions, especially in Southland. Guy Trafford examines the reasons, and looks at the wider dairy trade picture
18th Sep 21, 10:30am
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Strong dairy prices are not translating into many dairy farm sales transactions, especially in Southland. Guy Trafford examines the reasons, and looks at the wider dairy trade picture
Three threats to Australasian banks from Afterpay's acquisition by Square
18th Sep 21, 10:03am
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Three threats to Australasian banks from Afterpay's acquisition by Square
Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett takes a closer look at how the Evergrande debt distress crisis may play out in China, and the implications for their wider property development sector
18th Sep 21, 9:03am
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Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett takes a closer look at how the Evergrande debt distress crisis may play out in China, and the implications for their wider property development sector
China's Evergrande situation worsens; China growth vanishes; panic selling of iron ore contracts; US sentiment stays low; Australia oks new coal mine; UST 10yr 1.37%, oil soft, gold falls again; NZ$1 = 70.4 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
18th Sep 21, 8:35am
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China's Evergrande situation worsens; China growth vanishes; panic selling of iron ore contracts; US sentiment stays low; Australia oks new coal mine; UST 10yr 1.37%, oil soft, gold falls again; NZ$1 = 70.4 USc; TWI-5 = 73.7
Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
17th Sep 21, 5:52pm
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Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; more retail rate rises, PMI dives, productivity jumps; Govt pulls a swift one on the car retailers, swaps stable but bonds rise, NZD settles, & more
17th Sep 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; more retail rate rises, PMI dives, productivity jumps; Govt pulls a swift one on the car retailers, swaps stable but bonds rise, NZD settles, & more
11 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Caroline McElnay 'cautiously optimistic'; Trans-Tasman bubble pause extended until late November
17th Sep 21, 1:08pm
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11 new Covid-19 cases - all in Auckland; Caroline McElnay 'cautiously optimistic'; Trans-Tasman bubble pause extended until late November
Chang-Tai Hsieh argues that US economic strategy is failing to address the unique challenge posed by China
17th Sep 21, 10:09am
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Chang-Tai Hsieh argues that US economic strategy is failing to address the unique challenge posed by China
Gareth Vaughan on the danger from African Covid variants, Deutsche Bank's 'pot, kettle black' moment, Elizabeth Warren v Wells Fargo, household debt on the march & the buyers of long-term NZ government debt
17th Sep 21, 10:08am
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Gareth Vaughan on the danger from African Covid variants, Deutsche Bank's 'pot, kettle black' moment, Elizabeth Warren v Wells Fargo, household debt on the march & the buyers of long-term NZ government debt
Stronger than expected US retail sales report supports higher US rates and USD backdrop. This strength sidelines massive NZ Q2 GDP report. NZD/AUD settles around 0.97
17th Sep 21, 8:16am
Stronger than expected US retail sales report supports higher US rates and USD backdrop. This strength sidelines massive NZ Q2 GDP report. NZD/AUD settles around 0.97
China applies to join the TPP; World Bank dumps key report that favoured NZ; US retails sales strong; OECD wants global ETS; UST 10yr 1.34%, oil holds, gold sinks; NZ$1 = 70.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74
17th Sep 21, 7:42am
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China applies to join the TPP; World Bank dumps key report that favoured NZ; US retails sales strong; OECD wants global ETS; UST 10yr 1.34%, oil holds, gold sinks; NZ$1 = 70.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; interest rates move higher, except TD rates, GDP surprises on the up side, more for the Govt's pandemic emergency fund, swaps jump, NZD much firmer, & more
16th Sep 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; interest rates move higher, except TD rates, GDP surprises on the up side, more for the Govt's pandemic emergency fund, swaps jump, NZD much firmer, & more
Economists see the very strong second-quarter GDP figures as providing a green light for the Reserve Bank to begin raising interest rates
16th Sep 21, 3:11pm
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Economists see the very strong second-quarter GDP figures as providing a green light for the Reserve Bank to begin raising interest rates
Ministry of Health reports 13 new community Covid-19 cases, all in Auckland, health officials following up with truck driver with Covid who traveled south from Auckland
16th Sep 21, 1:00pm
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Ministry of Health reports 13 new community Covid-19 cases, all in Auckland, health officials following up with truck driver with Covid who traveled south from Auckland
Government tops up Covid-19 fund by $7 billion, having already put aside $62 billion for the response since the start of the pandemic
16th Sep 21, 12:38pm
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Government tops up Covid-19 fund by $7 billion, having already put aside $62 billion for the response since the start of the pandemic
The number of people in New Zealand on work or student visas continues declining, but the rate of decline is relatively slow
16th Sep 21, 12:13pm
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The number of people in New Zealand on work or student visas continues declining, but the rate of decline is relatively slow
The 2.8% June quarter GDP rise beat market expectations of 1.2% and was up from a revised 1.4% in March
16th Sep 21, 11:01am
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The 2.8% June quarter GDP rise beat market expectations of 1.2% and was up from a revised 1.4% in March
Guy Trafford sees new questions about changing land use to monocultures such as pine with no foreseeable plans for harvesting, and their GHG emissions, and with very limited contribution to ecological ecosystems
16th Sep 21, 10:44am
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Guy Trafford sees new questions about changing land use to monocultures such as pine with no foreseeable plans for harvesting, and their GHG emissions, and with very limited contribution to ecological ecosystems
ASB sets a new tone in the mortgage market with 30 basis points rate hikes for the most popular fixed home loan terms, takes 18 month and two year rates above 3%. Westpac has matched them
16th Sep 21, 9:30am
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ASB sets a new tone in the mortgage market with 30 basis points rate hikes for the most popular fixed home loan terms, takes 18 month and two year rates above 3%. Westpac has matched them