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24th May 19, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Local 10-year swap rate below 2% for first time, trade surplus as annual goods exports to China hitting $15b, English calls banks' bluff
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; Local 10-year swap rate below 2% for first time, trade surplus as annual goods exports to China hitting $15b, English calls banks' bluff
24th May 19, 4:00pm
24th May 19, 2:50pm
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Auckland Harbour Bridge walking and cycle path expected to cost between $100 million and $140 million
Auckland Harbour Bridge walking and cycle path expected to cost between $100 million and $140 million
24th May 19, 2:50pm
24th May 19, 1:41pm
Fonterra faces a simplier, but probably less profitable future as its transformation takes place in markets that are growing increasingly uncertain. It may be becoming a dulled beast
Fonterra faces a simplier, but probably less profitable future as its transformation takes place in markets that are growing increasingly uncertain. It may be becoming a dulled beast
24th May 19, 1:41pm
24th May 19, 1:02pm
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
24th May 19, 1:02pm
24th May 19, 10:15am
Macquarie analysts highlight boost to borrowing capacity for both owner-occupiers and property investors from APRA proposal to revise guidance for bank borrowing capacity serviceability assessments
Macquarie analysts highlight boost to borrowing capacity for both owner-occupiers and property investors from APRA proposal to revise guidance for bank borrowing capacity serviceability assessments
24th May 19, 10:15am
24th May 19, 10:01am
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Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
24th May 19, 10:01am
24th May 19, 9:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 24, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 24, 2019
24th May 19, 9:33am
24th May 19, 8:03am
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Wall Street falls; US: China trade war grows; US PMI down; US new home sales fall; Japan's factory downturn; Aussie PMIs show growth; UST 10yr 2.30%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70.3
Wall Street falls; US: China trade war grows; US PMI down; US new home sales fall; Japan's factory downturn; Aussie PMIs show growth; UST 10yr 2.30%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 65.2 USc; TWI-5 = 70.3
24th May 19, 8:03am
24th May 19, 7:58am
Global rates and equities moved sharply lower overnight; disappointing US data sparked a turnaround in the USD, which has weakened across the board; NZD has bounced back above 0.65; NZ rates continued fall yesterday
Global rates and equities moved sharply lower overnight; disappointing US data sparked a turnaround in the USD, which has weakened across the board; NZD has bounced back above 0.65; NZ rates continued fall yesterday
24th May 19, 7:58am
24th May 19, 5:00am
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Despite being knocked back by both major political parties during the 2017 election year, the RBNZ continues to push for the inclusion of a debt-to-income limiting tool in its macro-prudential toolkit
Despite being knocked back by both major political parties during the 2017 election year, the RBNZ continues to push for the inclusion of a debt-to-income limiting tool in its macro-prudential toolkit
24th May 19, 5:00am
23rd May 19, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Govt lets its fiscal belt out, landlords face insulation deadline, Fonterra reviews more assets, swaps and dollar lower
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Govt lets its fiscal belt out, landlords face insulation deadline, Fonterra reviews more assets, swaps and dollar lower
23rd May 19, 4:00pm
23rd May 19, 3:48pm
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Local Government New Zealand's campaign to increase voter turnout garners support
Local Government New Zealand's campaign to increase voter turnout garners support
23rd May 19, 3:48pm
23rd May 19, 3:30pm
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Payments NZ establishes hub to connect banks with third parties keen on open banking; Banks retain right to set terms on which they share the data
Payments NZ establishes hub to connect banks with third parties keen on open banking; Banks retain right to set terms on which they share the data
23rd May 19, 3:30pm
23rd May 19, 2:24pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #681; weighted average accepted yield was 1.46%; coverage ratio was 2.0x
NZ Govt Bond Tender #681; weighted average accepted yield was 1.46%; coverage ratio was 2.0x
23rd May 19, 2:24pm
23rd May 19, 10:19am
Commerce Commission's court case against payday lender Ferratum scheduled for next year
Commerce Commission's court case against payday lender Ferratum scheduled for next year
23rd May 19, 10:19am
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23rd May 19, 9:34am
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Government to give itself more wriggle room to spend, as Finance Minister announces 20% debt/GDP target will be replaced by a broader target of 15%-25% from 2021; National says it's thrown in the towel
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Government to give itself more wriggle room to spend, as Finance Minister announces 20% debt/GDP target will be replaced by a broader target of 15%-25% from 2021; National says it's thrown in the towel
23rd May 19, 9:34am
23rd May 19, 9:02am
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Fonterra has come in slightly below market predictions with its milk price forecast for the new season; confirms closure of Australian plant; puts China farms up for review
Fonterra has come in slightly below market predictions with its milk price forecast for the new season; confirms closure of Australian plant; puts China farms up for review
23rd May 19, 9:02am
23rd May 19, 8:45am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 23, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 23, 2019
23rd May 19, 8:45am
23rd May 19, 8:17am
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US delays tariffs on China; US monetary policy on hold; Chinese food security threat; Japanese exports down; German growth improves; Aussie construction takes a hit; Dairy off; UST 10yr 2.43%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 65 USc; TWI-5 = 70.1
US delays tariffs on China; US monetary policy on hold; Chinese food security threat; Japanese exports down; German growth improves; Aussie construction takes a hit; Dairy off; UST 10yr 2.43%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 65 USc; TWI-5 = 70.1
23rd May 19, 8:17am
23rd May 19, 8:14am
Equities and global rates have moved lower overnight after reports the US would extend restrictions to more Chinese technology firms; Fed reiterated its pledge to be patient; NZD has continued to grind lower amid building OCR rate cut expectations
Equities and global rates have moved lower overnight after reports the US would extend restrictions to more Chinese technology firms; Fed reiterated its pledge to be patient; NZD has continued to grind lower amid building OCR rate cut expectations
23rd May 19, 8:14am

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