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1st Jun 20, 12:53pm
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Guy Trafford points out that our current 'dependency' on one large market is nothing like previous dependences that ended in tears. We are far better diversified now
Guy Trafford points out that our current 'dependency' on one large market is nothing like previous dependences that ended in tears. We are far better diversified now
1st Jun 20, 12:53pm
1st Jun 20, 9:58am
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Paola Subacchi cautions against relying on central banks to lead the economic rescue and recovery effort
Paola Subacchi cautions against relying on central banks to lead the economic rescue and recovery effort
1st Jun 20, 9:58am
1st Jun 20, 9:42am
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Roger J Kerr assesses where the NZD stands at a time of great trade and political turbulence, and reckons the sudden re-emergence of inflation risk is a real concern
Roger J Kerr assesses where the NZD stands at a time of great trade and political turbulence, and reckons the sudden re-emergence of inflation risk is a real concern
1st Jun 20, 9:42am
1st Jun 20, 9:11am
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Terry Baucher discusses the controversial extra relief for the newly unemployed, asks: are redundancy payments overtaxed? and notes that record numbers apply for instalment arrangements with Inland Revenue
Terry Baucher discusses the controversial extra relief for the newly unemployed, asks: are redundancy payments overtaxed? and notes that record numbers apply for instalment arrangements with Inland Revenue
1st Jun 20, 9:11am
31st May 20, 11:20am
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Tony Burton reminds us that while Covid-19 loads us up on public debt, there is little that is 'kind' about repaying debt. But it is what has to be done for kindness to be more than a gesture
Tony Burton reminds us that while Covid-19 loads us up on public debt, there is little that is 'kind' about repaying debt. But it is what has to be done for kindness to be more than a gesture
31st May 20, 11:20am
31st May 20, 6:02am
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Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
31st May 20, 6:02am
30th May 20, 11:36am
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China log demand picks up on restart but not to last-year levels. Recent price bounce over quickly. All eyes on China's domestic recovery. Neither India, nor domestic demand show much prospect
China log demand picks up on restart but not to last-year levels. Recent price bounce over quickly. All eyes on China's domestic recovery. Neither India, nor domestic demand show much prospect
30th May 20, 11:36am
30th May 20, 11:09am
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By enhancing the quality of financial disclosure, listed firms may command a higher stock price, and reduce their costs of capital. When that happens, investors and Chinese private-sector firms will all benefit
By enhancing the quality of financial disclosure, listed firms may command a higher stock price, and reduce their costs of capital. When that happens, investors and Chinese private-sector firms will all benefit
30th May 20, 11:09am
30th May 20, 10:52am
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Massey's Alison Brook looks at how we are responding to a world-scale natural disaster that is killing jobs super-fast and what the resulting long-term unemployment will will do to economic prospects
Massey's Alison Brook looks at how we are responding to a world-scale natural disaster that is killing jobs super-fast and what the resulting long-term unemployment will will do to economic prospects
30th May 20, 10:52am
30th May 20, 10:30am
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Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
30th May 20, 10:30am
30th May 20, 9:00am
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US consumers stop spending; US factories retrench; US economic activity dives; Canada contracts; US gifts global leadership to China; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; unusual oil pricing; gold up; NZ$1 = 61.9 USc; TWI-5 = 67.4
US consumers stop spending; US factories retrench; US economic activity dives; Canada contracts; US gifts global leadership to China; UST 10yr yield at 0.65%; unusual oil pricing; gold up; NZ$1 = 61.9 USc; TWI-5 = 67.4
30th May 20, 9:00am
30th May 20, 7:03am
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At recent Auckland apartment auctions there were plenty of potential buyers and they weren't afraid to bid but everything that sold went for less than its rating valuation
At recent Auckland apartment auctions there were plenty of potential buyers and they weren't afraid to bid but everything that sold went for less than its rating valuation
30th May 20, 7:03am
29th May 20, 5:57pm
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The number of borrowers going interest only increases, as 24% of housing and 41% of business loans were interest only at the end of April
The number of borrowers going interest only increases, as 24% of housing and 41% of business loans were interest only at the end of April
29th May 20, 5:57pm
29th May 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; many rate cuts, confidence bounce, housing debt falls, bank deposits jump, swaps little-changed, NZD firm, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; many rate cuts, confidence bounce, housing debt falls, bank deposits jump, swaps little-changed, NZD firm, & more
29th May 20, 3:59pm
29th May 20, 2:30pm
Morgan Stanley analysts crunches some numbers to estimate where loan losses from mortgage deferrals might end up for the big four banks
Morgan Stanley analysts crunches some numbers to estimate where loan losses from mortgage deferrals might end up for the big four banks
29th May 20, 2:30pm
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29th May 20, 2:20pm
TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
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TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
29th May 20, 2:20pm
29th May 20, 1:42pm
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Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
Gareth Vaughan on the Government Response Stringency Index, being in the right business when disaster strikes, Singapore's dark side, NZ made products & turning Japanese
29th May 20, 1:42pm
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29th May 20, 12:36pm
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National's first economic policy under Muller's leadership: A $10k cash payment to businesses for every new full-time hire - payment capped at $100k
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National's first economic policy under Muller's leadership: A $10k cash payment to businesses for every new full-time hire - payment capped at $100k
29th May 20, 12:36pm
29th May 20, 10:23am
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With winter approaching, lockdowns ending, and trade hi-jinks rising, Guy Trafford looks ahead to the coming political games that will consume us all for most of the rest of 2020
With winter approaching, lockdowns ending, and trade hi-jinks rising, Guy Trafford looks ahead to the coming political games that will consume us all for most of the rest of 2020
29th May 20, 10:23am
29th May 20, 10:00am
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson has no intention of getting the RBNZ to print money to pay for specific government policies, despite RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr saying this would be 'achievable'
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has no intention of getting the RBNZ to print money to pay for specific government policies, despite RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr saying this would be 'achievable'
29th May 20, 10:00am

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