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In a new consultation paper the Reserve Bank says that without a 'policy response' the cash system may be unable to meet its objectives
30th Nov 21, 2:00pm
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In a new consultation paper the Reserve Bank says that without a 'policy response' the cash system may be unable to meet its objectives
ANZ Business Outlook Survey results for November saw business confidence fall, while cost and inflation pressures remained 'extreme'
30th Nov 21, 1:07pm
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ANZ Business Outlook Survey results for November saw business confidence fall, while cost and inflation pressures remained 'extreme'
Now is the time New Zealand needs to get the split-gas system for short and long-lived greenhouse gases locked in
30th Nov 21, 10:34am
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Now is the time New Zealand needs to get the split-gas system for short and long-lived greenhouse gases locked in
In what it describes as an unprecedented move, the Australian Securities & Investments Commission is launching 6 court cases against Westpac simultaneously
30th Nov 21, 10:29am
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In what it describes as an unprecedented move, the Australian Securities & Investments Commission is launching 6 court cases against Westpac simultaneously
US equities recover some of Friday's losses; US 10-year rate pushes higher. But an unconvincing bounce-back as investors adopt a cautious tone until we get more clarity on Omicron. Germany CPI inflation hits 6% but no support for EUR
30th Nov 21, 8:01am
US equities recover some of Friday's losses; US 10-year rate pushes higher. But an unconvincing bounce-back as investors adopt a cautious tone until we get more clarity on Omicron. Germany CPI inflation hits 6% but no support for EUR
Second tier US data positive; Vancouver port in 'distress'; China rents fall; German CPI leaps; EU sentiment dips; UST10yr 1.51%; oil bounces, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
30th Nov 21, 7:26am
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Second tier US data positive; Vancouver port in 'distress'; China rents fall; German CPI leaps; EU sentiment dips; UST10yr 1.51%; oil bounces, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
29th Nov 21, 8:03pm
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RBNZ Chief Economist says Omicron hasn't changed the Bank's outlook; Points out that if the RBNZ decides to sell its NZ Government Bonds, the Government will need to be the buyer
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
29th Nov 21, 4:14pm
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; retail rates rise modestly, modest rise in filled jobs, grocery shelves empty & prices up, swaps confused, NZD soft, & more
29th Nov 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; retail rates rise modestly, modest rise in filled jobs, grocery shelves empty & prices up, swaps confused, NZD soft, & more
BNZ and Kiwibank make market share gains in home loans in the third quarter, but it is BNZ that has built momentum over the past year
29th Nov 21, 2:05pm
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BNZ and Kiwibank make market share gains in home loans in the third quarter, but it is BNZ that has built momentum over the past year
The RBNZ’s message to financial markets was that, 'yes – interest rates do need to go up, but how high remains uncertain so don’t get too far ahead of yourselves', ASB economists say
29th Nov 21, 1:37pm
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The RBNZ’s message to financial markets was that, 'yes – interest rates do need to go up, but how high remains uncertain so don’t get too far ahead of yourselves', ASB economists say
The number of homes auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson is up strongly but the sales rate is slipping
29th Nov 21, 1:28pm
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The number of homes auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson is up strongly but the sales rate is slipping
September quarter combined financial performance from the big 5 NZ banks comfortably outstrips September 2020 quarter on a range of measures
29th Nov 21, 12:06pm
September quarter combined financial performance from the big 5 NZ banks comfortably outstrips September 2020 quarter on a range of measures
Independent economics researcher Capital Economics warns of potential further supply chain problems and inflationary pressures
29th Nov 21, 11:49am
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Independent economics researcher Capital Economics warns of potential further supply chain problems and inflationary pressures
Suddenly, the rise and rise of fixed mortgage rates looks less certain as financial markets recoil at Omicron. Maybe that opens up an opportunity for borrowers to seek discounts off the new higher carded rates
29th Nov 21, 9:33am
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Suddenly, the rise and rise of fixed mortgage rates looks less certain as financial markets recoil at Omicron. Maybe that opens up an opportunity for borrowers to seek discounts off the new higher carded rates
Economist Brian Easton examines the evolution of our Covid policy looking through a war lens
29th Nov 21, 9:04am
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Economist Brian Easton examines the evolution of our Covid policy looking through a war lens
Roger J Kerr says the RBNZ stance and rhetoric in its Monetary Policy Statement last week was sufficiently circumspect to force the currency market punters to sell out of their long-NZD positions
29th Nov 21, 8:21am
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Roger J Kerr says the RBNZ stance and rhetoric in its Monetary Policy Statement last week was sufficiently circumspect to force the currency market punters to sell out of their long-NZD positions
New Covid-19 variant (Omicron) spooks markets. Equities and oil prices tumble, government bond yields fall sharply. Market moves exacerbated by thin conditions after Thanksgiving
29th Nov 21, 7:51am
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New Covid-19 variant (Omicron) spooks markets. Equities and oil prices tumble, government bond yields fall sharply. Market moves exacerbated by thin conditions after Thanksgiving
Some might ask why National MPs would install yet another 'successful business person' at the helm of their party? Isn’t one Todd Muller enough?
29th Nov 21, 7:35am
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Some might ask why National MPs would install yet another 'successful business person' at the helm of their party? Isn’t one Todd Muller enough?
Terry Baucher and Professor Craig Elliffe assess the recent global agreements on international taxation, some big changes and some messy compromises
29th Nov 21, 7:34am
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Terry Baucher and Professor Craig Elliffe assess the recent global agreements on international taxation, some big changes and some messy compromises
Markets confused about what Omicron will bring; China reports strong industrial profits; Black Friday may have been a retail fizzer; new sudden travel restrictions; UST 10yr 1.48%, oil dives and gold soft; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
29th Nov 21, 7:19am
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Markets confused about what Omicron will bring; China reports strong industrial profits; Black Friday may have been a retail fizzer; new sudden travel restrictions; UST 10yr 1.48%, oil dives and gold soft; NZ$1 = 68.1 USc; TWI-5 = 72.8
Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
28th Nov 21, 10:22am
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Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
Gareth Vaughan on champagne time in container shipping, how a banking crisis helped the Nazis, Ireland's tax haven, cryptocurrency and puppies, plus the paradox of our own ignorance
28th Nov 21, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on champagne time in container shipping, how a banking crisis helped the Nazis, Ireland's tax haven, cryptocurrency and puppies, plus the paradox of our own ignorance
Mark Tanner notes that few of Beijing’s catchphrases have impacted the way businesses and brands behave as swiftly as 'Common Prosperity'. We’re likely to see toned-downed displays of wealth in China
27th Nov 21, 5:06pm
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Mark Tanner notes that few of Beijing’s catchphrases have impacted the way businesses and brands behave as swiftly as 'Common Prosperity'. We’re likely to see toned-downed displays of wealth in China
Motu's Ana Pueyo thinks Climate Action Teams will lead to cheaper, deeper emissions reductions globally via intercountry cooperation, than could be achieved alone
27th Nov 21, 11:17am
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Motu's Ana Pueyo thinks Climate Action Teams will lead to cheaper, deeper emissions reductions globally via intercountry cooperation, than could be achieved alone