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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Tuesday; auction market withers, new mortgages lower, jobs still expanding & pay more so, healthy financial relationships toolkit, swaps rise, NZD soft, & more
28th Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Tuesday; auction market withers, new mortgages lower, jobs still expanding & pay more so, healthy financial relationships toolkit, swaps rise, NZD soft, & more
Latest Reserve Bank figures show that while first home buyers are hanging tough, May saw the lowest total number of mortgages approved for a May - barring the pandemic affected May 2020 month
28th Jun 22, 3:28pm
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Latest Reserve Bank figures show that while first home buyers are hanging tough, May saw the lowest total number of mortgages approved for a May - barring the pandemic affected May 2020 month
Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
28th Jun 22, 1:22pm
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Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
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Two of the country's largest banks have now closed their doors for the moment to low deposit mortgage customers
28th Jun 22, 1:13pm
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Two of the country's largest banks have now closed their doors for the moment to low deposit mortgage customers
Keun Lee considers what it would take for China to leapfrog incumbents in an economically critical industry
28th Jun 22, 11:51am
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Keun Lee considers what it would take for China to leapfrog incumbents in an economically critical industry
ANZ's economists warn that the stars are aligned for a slowdown in residential construction
28th Jun 22, 11:50am
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ANZ's economists warn that the stars are aligned for a slowdown in residential construction
Stephen Roach revisits his 2020 prediction of a dollar crash and explains why he got it perfectly wrong
28th Jun 22, 10:03am
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Stephen Roach revisits his 2020 prediction of a dollar crash and explains why he got it perfectly wrong
A quarter of properties selling under the hammer at auctions is the new normal
28th Jun 22, 9:57am
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A quarter of properties selling under the hammer at auctions is the new normal
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
28th Jun 22, 9:52am
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
Macquarie analysts reduce their target prices for the shares of the Australian parents of New Zealand's big four banks
28th Jun 22, 9:24am
Macquarie analysts reduce their target prices for the shares of the Australian parents of New Zealand's big four banks
Global rates reverse course and head higher again; UST yields up 6-8bps. NZ rates fall playing catch-up to global moves at the end of last week
28th Jun 22, 7:56am
Global rates reverse course and head higher again; UST yields up 6-8bps. NZ rates fall playing catch-up to global moves at the end of last week
American data positive; Russia defaults; Chinese profits retreat; PBoC floods cash; Aussie demographics change sharply; UST 10yr 3.20%; gold down and oil up; NZ$1 = 63 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
28th Jun 22, 7:20am
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American data positive; Russia defaults; Chinese profits retreat; PBoC floods cash; Aussie demographics change sharply; UST 10yr 3.20%; gold down and oil up; NZ$1 = 63 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Monday; retail rate rises spread, revised class action law coming, China profits drop; swap rates drop, NZD holds, & more
27th Jun 22, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you sign off on Monday; retail rate rises spread, revised class action law coming, China profits drop; swap rates drop, NZD holds, & more
ASB economists predict that consumer spending growth 'will weaken to anaemic levels later this year'
27th Jun 22, 2:34pm
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ASB economists predict that consumer spending growth 'will weaken to anaemic levels later this year'
Country's largest bank turns off the tap on mortgage lending to those with deposits under 20% again
27th Jun 22, 1:45pm
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Country's largest bank turns off the tap on mortgage lending to those with deposits under 20% again
More banks raise term deposit rates, some to levels matching those offered five years ago
27th Jun 22, 11:24am
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More banks raise term deposit rates, some to levels matching those offered five years ago
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Home loan interest rates are ratched up by two more banks, although there are signs wholesale funding costs have stopped rising
27th Jun 22, 10:08am
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Home loan interest rates are ratched up by two more banks, although there are signs wholesale funding costs have stopped rising
Agustín Carstens of the Bank for international Settlements warns a new era of persistently high inflation may be upon us, saying the lessons of the 1970s must be heeded
27th Jun 22, 10:04am
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Agustín Carstens of the Bank for international Settlements warns a new era of persistently high inflation may be upon us, saying the lessons of the 1970s must be heeded
A United States forced to live by the beliefs and values of the 18th and 19th Centuries cannot hope to go on leading the 'Free World,' or to compete economically with nations focused fearlessly on the future, Chris Trotter argues
27th Jun 22, 9:22am
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A United States forced to live by the beliefs and values of the 18th and 19th Centuries cannot hope to go on leading the 'Free World,' or to compete economically with nations focused fearlessly on the future, Chris Trotter argues
Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
27th Jun 22, 8:46am
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Economist Brian Easton crunches the recent March quarter GDP data
Roger J Kerr says some cracks are starting to appear in the 'mighty US dollar' story
27th Jun 22, 8:31am
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Roger J Kerr says some cracks are starting to appear in the 'mighty US dollar' story
Risk sentiment improves with less policy tightening priced into curves; S&P500 up over 3% on Friday. Data on PMIs and US inflation expectations drive global rates lower; NZ rates market to play catch-up after Friday holiday
27th Jun 22, 7:50am
Risk sentiment improves with less policy tightening priced into curves; S&P500 up over 3% on Friday. Data on PMIs and US inflation expectations drive global rates lower; NZ rates market to play catch-up after Friday holiday
G7 and BRICS meet to plot next moves; China's jobs market gets grim; US PMIs soften; US petrol prices top out; NZ dives in liveability survey; UST 10yr 3.14%; gold and oil lower; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.1
27th Jun 22, 7:19am
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G7 and BRICS meet to plot next moves; China's jobs market gets grim; US PMIs soften; US petrol prices top out; NZ dives in liveability survey; UST 10yr 3.14%; gold and oil lower; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 71.1
Te wiki o te tāke; Shining some light on the impenetrable maze of the financial arrangements regime; Inland Revenue brings estate agents into line; Google NZ's latest results show the need for international tax reform
26th Jun 22, 9:56am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Shining some light on the impenetrable maze of the financial arrangements regime; Inland Revenue brings estate agents into line; Google NZ's latest results show the need for international tax reform
Individual accounts at the Reserve Bank for all residents would be a better way to do money printing than buying Government bonds, especially if it was done with a new digital currency, Bernard Hickey argues
26th Jun 22, 6:00am
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Individual accounts at the Reserve Bank for all residents would be a better way to do money printing than buying Government bonds, especially if it was done with a new digital currency, Bernard Hickey argues