sign up log in
Want to go ad-free? Find out how, here.

All news stories

Canterbury remains the most buoyant auction market with just over half the auctioned properties selling under the hammer compared to 28% in Auckland
17th May 22, 11:44am
18
Canterbury remains the most buoyant auction market with just over half the auctioned properties selling under the hammer compared to 28% in Auckland
Guy Trafford assesses how the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan will affect the agribusiness community, and notes that reception of the upcoming He Waka Eke Noa plan will be equally important
17th May 22, 10:24am
5
Guy Trafford assesses how the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan will affect the agribusiness community, and notes that reception of the upcoming He Waka Eke Noa plan will be equally important
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
17th May 22, 9:57am
by admin
22
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
Risk appetite weaker on poor China economic data but a recovery has ensued. US equities now modestly higher after earlier weakness in futures markets. Global food price inflation rising
17th May 22, 7:52am
3
Risk appetite weaker on poor China economic data but a recovery has ensued. US equities now modestly higher after earlier weakness in futures markets. Global food price inflation rising
Economists at Westpac NZ say RBNZ inflation targeting facing the biggest challenge in its 30+ year history
17th May 22, 7:50am
44
Economists at Westpac NZ say RBNZ inflation targeting facing the biggest challenge in its 30+ year history
US NY data dives; Canadian housing markets retreats; Japanese machine tool orders strong; Japan ponders inflation risk; China activity tanks; UST 10yr 2.88%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
17th May 22, 7:21am
59
US NY data dives; Canadian housing markets retreats; Japanese machine tool orders strong; Japan ponders inflation risk; China activity tanks; UST 10yr 2.88%; gold and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
Public consultation opens on rules for determining if some should be able to get a real estate licence
16th May 22, 4:32pm
28
Public consultation opens on rules for determining if some should be able to get a real estate licence
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; some minor retail rate changes, population flatlines, service sector underwhelms, China staggers, swaps slip, NZD lower, & more
16th May 22, 3:59pm
72
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; some minor retail rate changes, population flatlines, service sector underwhelms, China staggers, swaps slip, NZD lower, & more
The biggest rent increases in the year to March were in South Auckland
16th May 22, 1:22pm
118
The biggest rent increases in the year to March were in South Auckland
Brian Fallow casts an eye over the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan and discovers there is much more work ahead
16th May 22, 12:51pm
145
Brian Fallow casts an eye over the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan and discovers there is much more work ahead
IMF says New Zealand house prices have increased by almost four times the average increase across OECD countries since 1998
16th May 22, 10:11am
166
IMF says New Zealand house prices have increased by almost four times the average increase across OECD countries since 1998
Economist Brian Easton says while the new fiscal rules may not be contentious, what they mean for macroeconomic management is not explained
16th May 22, 8:44am
1
Economist Brian Easton says while the new fiscal rules may not be contentious, what they mean for macroeconomic management is not explained
Roger J Kerr says there is clear evidence the US inflation rate will start to move down from the peak recorded in the year to March
16th May 22, 8:22am
6
Roger J Kerr says there is clear evidence the US inflation rate will start to move down from the peak recorded in the year to March
The intensification of ideological pressures is bearable for only so-long before ordinary men and women reassert the virtues of tolerance and common sense – writes Chris Trotter
16th May 22, 8:06am
30
The intensification of ideological pressures is bearable for only so-long before ordinary men and women reassert the virtues of tolerance and common sense – writes Chris Trotter
Risk appetite recovers helped by news that Shanghai is planning to ease lockdown restriction. Fed's Powell supports 50bps hikes at the next two meetings while acknowledging it will be "quite challenging" to achieve a soft landing
16th May 22, 7:50am
2
Risk appetite recovers helped by news that Shanghai is planning to ease lockdown restriction. Fed's Powell supports 50bps hikes at the next two meetings while acknowledging it will be "quite challenging" to achieve a soft landing
China struggles to head off an economic unravelling; US Fed to go hard against inflation; war sets up global food & energy crisis; UST 10yr 2.93%; gold and oil flat; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
16th May 22, 7:19am
60
China struggles to head off an economic unravelling; US Fed to go hard against inflation; war sets up global food & energy crisis; UST 10yr 2.93%; gold and oil flat; NZ$1 = 62.9 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
15th May 22, 7:41pm
10
Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
The economic and political aftershocks from Russia’s invasion continued this week, from Europe to Asia. Deep structural change is underway
15th May 22, 6:00am
59
The economic and political aftershocks from Russia’s invasion continued this week, from Europe to Asia. Deep structural change is underway
The latest IMF review of the New Zealand economy is positive but it sees rising risks from a pandemic that isn't going away, a slowing China, and a housing market facing rising mortgage rates, high household debt, and banks’ exposure to housing
14th May 22, 3:40pm
by admin
4
The latest IMF review of the New Zealand economy is positive but it sees rising risks from a pandemic that isn't going away, a slowing China, and a housing market facing rising mortgage rates, high household debt, and banks’ exposure to housing
Pinelopi Goldberg touts an effective way for a high-tariff country like the US to do more to reduce costs for consumers. "Openness" and "globalisation" may have fallen out of political favour, but free trade remains sound economic policy
14th May 22, 9:36am
by Guest
6
Pinelopi Goldberg touts an effective way for a high-tariff country like the US to do more to reduce costs for consumers. "Openness" and "globalisation" may have fallen out of political favour, but free trade remains sound economic policy
China’s COVID crisis and the dilemma facing its leaders, by experts who have monitored it since the Wuhan outbreak
14th May 22, 9:20am
by Guest
10
China’s COVID crisis and the dilemma facing its leaders, by experts who have monitored it since the Wuhan outbreak
Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
14th May 22, 9:10am
97
Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
In the imminent Australian election, neither side of politics is offering a realistic plan to repair the nation’s deficit finances. The best they can come up with are glib assurances that their policies will “grow the economy” out of trouble
14th May 22, 8:57am
17
In the imminent Australian election, neither side of politics is offering a realistic plan to repair the nation’s deficit finances. The best they can come up with are glib assurances that their policies will “grow the economy” out of trouble
US Fed prepared for inflation-fighting pain; China's economy struggles; inflation bites Russia and Turkey hard; UST 10yr 2.94%; gold down and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.3
14th May 22, 8:14am
26
US Fed prepared for inflation-fighting pain; China's economy struggles; inflation bites Russia and Turkey hard; UST 10yr 2.94%; gold down and oil up; NZ$1 = 62.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.3
The number of properties offered at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions dropped below 100 but the sales rate was up a tad
14th May 22, 7:28am
27
The number of properties offered at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions dropped below 100 but the sales rate was up a tad