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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; the week starts with some tough economic data, Australia past the peak for Omicron, swaps firm, NZD soft & more
24th Jan 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; the week starts with some tough economic data, Australia past the peak for Omicron, swaps firm, NZD soft & more
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24th Jan 22, 3:35pm
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Help us keep interest.co.nz free for all readers. If you know us, trust us, and value what we do, can we ask you to Support Us
Rising interest rates and sky high deposit requirements are pushing home ownership further out of reach for people on average wages, even as the market cools
24th Jan 22, 11:55am
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Rising interest rates and sky high deposit requirements are pushing home ownership further out of reach for people on average wages, even as the market cools
What makes gold a strategic asset? It has diverse sources of demand: as an investment, a reserve asset, jewelry, and a technology component. It is highly liquid, no one’s liability, carries no credit risk, and is scarce, historically preserving its value
24th Jan 22, 9:30am
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What makes gold a strategic asset? It has diverse sources of demand: as an investment, a reserve asset, jewelry, and a technology component. It is highly liquid, no one’s liability, carries no credit risk, and is scarce, historically preserving its value
When the tribe is imperilled, all eyes turn to the chief. So long as the tribe believes the chief is doing everything within her power to keep them safe, she will remain impervious to criticism
24th Jan 22, 9:00am
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When the tribe is imperilled, all eyes turn to the chief. So long as the tribe believes the chief is doing everything within her power to keep them safe, she will remain impervious to criticism
Roger J Kerr explains why the NZD is falling against the AUD and why this might have some way to go yet, over coming weeks
24th Jan 22, 8:06am
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Roger J Kerr explains why the NZD is falling against the AUD and why this might have some way to go yet, over coming weeks
US Omicron peak passing; US leading index up; Canada retail sales down; Japan tastes some inflation; Hong Kong & EU sentiment weakens; eyes on RBA; UST 10yr 1.77%; oil dips and gold firms; NZ$1 = 67.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.6
24th Jan 22, 7:19am
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US Omicron peak passing; US leading index up; Canada retail sales down; Japan tastes some inflation; Hong Kong & EU sentiment weakens; eyes on RBA; UST 10yr 1.77%; oil dips and gold firms; NZ$1 = 67.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.6
Here is what 'Red' means for workplaces
23rd Jan 22, 11:37am
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Here is what 'Red' means for workplaces
James K. Galbriath urges the US to revive a policy framework that worked extraordinary well for most of its 40 years
23rd Jan 22, 8:32am
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James K. Galbriath urges the US to revive a policy framework that worked extraordinary well for most of its 40 years
Globalisation is changing but not unwinding: global flows will be more regional, political, & shaped by big power rivalry writes David Skilling
23rd Jan 22, 7:00am
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Globalisation is changing but not unwinding: global flows will be more regional, political, & shaped by big power rivalry writes David Skilling
Chinese President Xi is set to extend his 10-year rule in 2022. This is how China has been transformed under his reign
23rd Jan 22, 6:00am
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Chinese President Xi is set to extend his 10-year rule in 2022. This is how China has been transformed under his reign
John Cochrane thinks the world's most important central bank has lost its way and should get back to basics
22nd Jan 22, 1:37pm
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John Cochrane thinks the world's most important central bank has lost its way and should get back to basics
Brendon Harre connects the lessons from Henry George to the outrageous housing price problems of today. "Rocket scientists do not forget about gravity so why do planners forget about economic rent?"
22nd Jan 22, 10:15am
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Brendon Harre connects the lessons from Henry George to the outrageous housing price problems of today. "Rocket scientists do not forget about gravity so why do planners forget about economic rent?"
These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor of direct air capture technology shows how it works
22nd Jan 22, 9:45am
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These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor of direct air capture technology shows how it works
Using a real-life example, Tony Morgan takes you through how an outsider can assess a potential listed investment, identifying what makes the opportunity enticing, and how to proceed sensibly
22nd Jan 22, 9:30am
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Using a real-life example, Tony Morgan takes you through how an outsider can assess a potential listed investment, identifying what makes the opportunity enticing, and how to proceed sensibly
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg shows that while the two main parties, China and the US, have both lost, 'bystander' countries have gained
22nd Jan 22, 9:15am
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Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg shows that while the two main parties, China and the US, have both lost, 'bystander' countries have gained
Get your business prepared for Omicron in the community by reducing the risk of COVID-19 infections in your workplace and planning for potential staff shortages and supply chain issues
22nd Jan 22, 9:00am
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Get your business prepared for Omicron in the community by reducing the risk of COVID-19 infections in your workplace and planning for potential staff shortages and supply chain issues
Wall Street turns sharply risk-off despite rising US economic expansion; Japan get inflation; Germany wants immigrants; RBA ready to tackle inflation; UST 10yr 1.76%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 67.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.6
22nd Jan 22, 8:43am
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Wall Street turns sharply risk-off despite rising US economic expansion; Japan get inflation; Germany wants immigrants; RBA ready to tackle inflation; UST 10yr 1.76%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 67.3 USc; TWI-5 = 71.6
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; BNZ raises TD rates, migrant flow tiny, factory PMI positive, Netflix roils markets, swaps soft, NZD sinks, & more
21st Jan 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; BNZ raises TD rates, migrant flow tiny, factory PMI positive, Netflix roils markets, swaps soft, NZD sinks, & more
Bankruptcy rates low despite pandemic, with kiwi's dodging them in a way they weren't able to during the GFC
21st Jan 22, 3:49pm
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Bankruptcy rates low despite pandemic, with kiwi's dodging them in a way they weren't able to during the GFC
Migration flows back in positive territory but the numbers are tiny
21st Jan 22, 12:45pm
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Migration flows back in positive territory but the numbers are tiny
The fight over the Three Waters reforms is about to reignite in earnest in 2022 amid claims of administrative bullying, broken promises, and dodgy numbers. But all agree we need to rise higher than our global top ten drinking water quality ranking
21st Jan 22, 10:26am
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The fight over the Three Waters reforms is about to reignite in earnest in 2022 amid claims of administrative bullying, broken promises, and dodgy numbers. But all agree we need to rise higher than our global top ten drinking water quality ranking
Surprisingly, the first retail interest rate rise in 2022 is for savers. BNZ takes its offers to the top of what all banks are prepared to pay, even if it is much lower than inflation's bite
21st Jan 22, 9:08am
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Surprisingly, the first retail interest rate rise in 2022 is for savers. BNZ takes its offers to the top of what all banks are prepared to pay, even if it is much lower than inflation's bite
Risk appetite recovers overnight, global equities higher. AUD outperforms following another strong labour market report
21st Jan 22, 7:50am
Risk appetite recovers overnight, global equities higher. AUD outperforms following another strong labour market report
US data positive and resilient despite Omicron threats; Japan and Taiwan get big export growth; China cuts mortgage rate benchmarks; UST 10yr 1.84%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.2
21st Jan 22, 7:19am
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US data positive and resilient despite Omicron threats; Japan and Taiwan get big export growth; China cuts mortgage rate benchmarks; UST 10yr 1.84%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.2