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QV says average house values are still rising strongly in spite of storm clouds on the horizon
8th Dec 21, 5:00am
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QV says average house values are still rising strongly in spite of storm clouds on the horizon
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; ASB cuts a key rate, retail spending up, RBNZ stress tests revealed, eyes on dairy prices, swaps rise, NZD holds, & more
7th Dec 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; ASB cuts a key rate, retail spending up, RBNZ stress tests revealed, eyes on dairy prices, swaps rise, NZD holds, & more
Simon Bridges softens his criticism of Adrian Orr after saying he wouldn't reappoint him Reserve Bank governor; David Seymour says the OCR should've been hiked sooner
7th Dec 21, 3:51pm
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Simon Bridges softens his criticism of Adrian Orr after saying he wouldn't reappoint him Reserve Bank governor; David Seymour says the OCR should've been hiked sooner
Cryptocurrency gets its own category for the first time in the FMA's anti-money laundering & countering the financing of terrorism risk assessment - jumps straight to high risk
7th Dec 21, 2:23pm
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Cryptocurrency gets its own category for the first time in the FMA's anti-money laundering & countering the financing of terrorism risk assessment - jumps straight to high risk
From Beijing, David Mahon offers his unique perspective on China's path through COVID, its current economic and social situation, and its paths forward as it earns and learns its role as a Great Power
7th Dec 21, 11:22am
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From Beijing, David Mahon offers his unique perspective on China's path through COVID, its current economic and social situation, and its paths forward as it earns and learns its role as a Great Power
7th Dec 21, 9:52am
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Overall sales rate at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions drops to 43%
The old favourites - Covid, closed borders and hot houses - ruled the year again. But Covid got much more up close and personal, and there's a menacing 'new', but familiar-looking, kid in town. David Hargreaves shares his views on the year that was
7th Dec 21, 9:30am
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The old favourites - Covid, closed borders and hot houses - ruled the year again. But Covid got much more up close and personal, and there's a menacing 'new', but familiar-looking, kid in town. David Hargreaves shares his views on the year that was
ASB trims its two year fixed home loan rate by 20 basis points to 4.15% as wholesale swap rates make a similar move down. And the CCCFA rules start to bite at loan demand
7th Dec 21, 9:12am
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ASB trims its two year fixed home loan rate by 20 basis points to 4.15% as wholesale swap rates make a similar move down. And the CCCFA rules start to bite at loan demand
McKinsey's annual global banking review questions whether there's 'a bright and smooth future' ahead for banks and their shareholders
7th Dec 21, 8:45am
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McKinsey's annual global banking review questions whether there's 'a bright and smooth future' ahead for banks and their shareholders
Risk appetite improves on Omicron optimism and China policy easing. US equities, UST yields, oil prices all higher
7th Dec 21, 7:59am
Risk appetite improves on Omicron optimism and China policy easing. US equities, UST yields, oil prices all higher
US eyes real estate as a money laundering channel; China's power slips; China cuts reserve ratio; Aussie personal tax OECD's highest; UST10yr 1.43%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.5 USc; TWI-5 = 72.4
7th Dec 21, 7:34am
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US eyes real estate as a money laundering channel; China's power slips; China cuts reserve ratio; Aussie personal tax OECD's highest; UST10yr 1.43%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 67.5 USc; TWI-5 = 72.4
Credit bureau Centrix says consumer confidence is high as festive season kicks off, business credit defaults down, housing market stabilising
7th Dec 21, 5:00am
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Credit bureau Centrix says consumer confidence is high as festive season kicks off, business credit defaults down, housing market stabilising
Te wiki o te tāke; Latest Covid-19 development, Luxon keeps property debate in news, and Inland Revenue turns its attention to charities
6th Dec 21, 5:07pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Latest Covid-19 development, Luxon keeps property debate in news, and Inland Revenue turns its attention to charities
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; higher retail rates, construction activity wavers, commodity prices jump, deposit insurance plan inches ahead, swaps fall & flatten, NZD holds low, & more
6th Dec 21, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; higher retail rates, construction activity wavers, commodity prices jump, deposit insurance plan inches ahead, swaps fall & flatten, NZD holds low, & more
National's caucus reshuffle: Collins demoted, Muller back in, Bishop and Stanford winners, Bayly, Woodhouse and McClay losers
6th Dec 21, 3:55pm
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National's caucus reshuffle: Collins demoted, Muller back in, Bishop and Stanford winners, Bayly, Woodhouse and McClay losers
Rosie Collins looks at ways to make 'build to rent' more useful in mitigating New Zealand's housing crisis
6th Dec 21, 1:30pm
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Rosie Collins looks at ways to make 'build to rent' more useful in mitigating New Zealand's housing crisis
Construction activity declined by $307m in Auckland due to the Level 4 restrictions while activity appears to have increased in the rest of the country
6th Dec 21, 12:10pm
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Construction activity declined by $307m in Auckland due to the Level 4 restrictions while activity appears to have increased in the rest of the country
Luxon has, very clearly, chosen to reject the option of presenting a 'flinty-faced' National Party to an electorate grown accustomed to the rhetoric of 'kindness'
6th Dec 21, 9:14am
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Luxon has, very clearly, chosen to reject the option of presenting a 'flinty-faced' National Party to an electorate grown accustomed to the rhetoric of 'kindness'
Economist Brian Easton says journalist Graham Adams has raised an important issue of the Māori caucus and policy in the current government
6th Dec 21, 8:38am
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Economist Brian Easton says journalist Graham Adams has raised an important issue of the Māori caucus and policy in the current government
Roger J Kerr says the latest bout of selling has more to do with the Kiwi dollar closely following the Aussie dollar in the currency markets - and the AUD has been slammed down
6th Dec 21, 8:12am
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Roger J Kerr says the latest bout of selling has more to do with the Kiwi dollar closely following the Aussie dollar in the currency markets - and the AUD has been slammed down
Risk-off moves across markets. Equities (especially tech) and rates tumble. US payrolls report a mixed bag. Relentless yield curve flattening in New Zealand
6th Dec 21, 7:46am
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Risk-off moves across markets. Equities (especially tech) and rates tumble. US payrolls report a mixed bag. Relentless yield curve flattening in New Zealand
Asset prices fall and inflation rises as world adjusts to globalisation pullback; economic activity data positive; Evergrande-type issues spread; Java volcano erupts; UST10yr 1.36%; oil and gold languish; NZ$1 = 67.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.3
6th Dec 21, 7:19am
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Asset prices fall and inflation rises as world adjusts to globalisation pullback; economic activity data positive; Evergrande-type issues spread; Java volcano erupts; UST10yr 1.36%; oil and gold languish; NZ$1 = 67.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.3
Latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey shows respondents at odds with ASB's economists over the direction of house prices
6th Dec 21, 5:00am
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Latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey shows respondents at odds with ASB's economists over the direction of house prices
RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
5th Dec 21, 6:00am
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RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
Over a fifty year sweep of our economic history we track the share employees win of all economic activity. It is similar to the world's largest economy
4th Dec 21, 3:27pm
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Over a fifty year sweep of our economic history we track the share employees win of all economic activity. It is similar to the world's largest economy