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4th Aug 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; Auckland house sales recover, car sales recover, more shovel ready projects, NZSF buys back some assets, swaps and NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; Auckland house sales recover, car sales recover, more shovel ready projects, NZSF buys back some assets, swaps and NZD stable, & more
4th Aug 20, 3:59pm
4th Aug 20, 3:50pm
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Could Labour's first major policy announcement be a permanent unemployment insurance scheme similar to that advocated for by ACT?
Could Labour's first major policy announcement be a permanent unemployment insurance scheme similar to that advocated for by ACT?
4th Aug 20, 3:50pm
4th Aug 20, 2:48pm
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Barfoot & Thompson's auction results suggest the Auckland market is remarkably firm for the middle of winter
Barfoot & Thompson's auction results suggest the Auckland market is remarkably firm for the middle of winter
4th Aug 20, 2:48pm
4th Aug 20, 12:15pm
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MMT economist Steven Hail argues that, as long as the New Zealand Government remains a monetary sovereign, there can never be a government debt crisis
MMT economist Steven Hail argues that, as long as the New Zealand Government remains a monetary sovereign, there can never be a government debt crisis
4th Aug 20, 12:15pm
4th Aug 20, 11:53am
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Economists at the country's largest bank see a chance that the country will fall back into recession again from the end of this year
Economists at the country's largest bank see a chance that the country will fall back into recession again from the end of this year
4th Aug 20, 11:53am
4th Aug 20, 10:50am
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Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
4th Aug 20, 10:50am
4th Aug 20, 10:29am
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Barfoot & Thompson's July sales were more like the peak summer selling season than mid-winter
Barfoot & Thompson's July sales were more like the peak summer selling season than mid-winter
4th Aug 20, 10:29am
4th Aug 20, 10:02am
RBNZ's Toby Fiennes says bank Dashboard to be reviewed, with cyber and climate related risks to feature, and insurance and non-bank deposit taker dashboards remain on the agenda
RBNZ's Toby Fiennes says bank Dashboard to be reviewed, with cyber and climate related risks to feature, and insurance and non-bank deposit taker dashboards remain on the agenda
4th Aug 20, 10:02am
4th Aug 20, 9:38am
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Revenge spending after international travel is blocked, and cashed up returning Kiwis, keep the new car sales market growing in July especially for SUV models. Tradies return for their big utes as well
Revenge spending after international travel is blocked, and cashed up returning Kiwis, keep the new car sales market growing in July especially for SUV models. Tradies return for their big utes as well
4th Aug 20, 9:38am
4th Aug 20, 8:00am
Market likes flattening of US COVID19 case numbers and ISM data. Equities, USD and UST yields higher. NZD and AUD slightly underperform
Market likes flattening of US COVID19 case numbers and ISM data. Equities, USD and UST yields higher. NZD and AUD slightly underperform
4th Aug 20, 8:00am
4th Aug 20, 7:21am
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Global PMIs turn up; China braces for more big rain; Australia braces for Victorian lockdown; HSBC takes a beating; UST 10yr yield at 0.56%; oil up and gold holds; NZ$1 = 66.1 USc; TWI-5 = 69.5
Global PMIs turn up; China braces for more big rain; Australia braces for Victorian lockdown; HSBC takes a beating; UST 10yr yield at 0.56%; oil up and gold holds; NZ$1 = 66.1 USc; TWI-5 = 69.5
4th Aug 20, 7:21am
3rd Aug 20, 4:09pm
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Reserve Bank statistics show New Zealanders increased the amount in their bank accounts by $10.6 billion in the four months to the end of June; separately an RBNZ survey shows Kiwis are becoming less worried about losing their jobs
Reserve Bank statistics show New Zealanders increased the amount in their bank accounts by $10.6 billion in the four months to the end of June; separately an RBNZ survey shows Kiwis are becoming less worried about losing their jobs
3rd Aug 20, 4:09pm
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3rd Aug 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; many rate cuts, house listings surge, interchange fees to fall, mortgage restructuring requests tail off, swaps flatten, NZD unchanged, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; many rate cuts, house listings surge, interchange fees to fall, mortgage restructuring requests tail off, swaps flatten, NZD unchanged, & more
3rd Aug 20, 3:59pm
3rd Aug 20, 2:37pm
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Jeez mate, housing values on the slide in the lucky country
Jeez mate, housing values on the slide in the lucky country
3rd Aug 20, 2:37pm
3rd Aug 20, 12:10pm
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Economists on average are picking unemployment to surge up from 4.2% to 5.7% for the June quarter - but they stress that the impact of the lockdown is going to make it difficult to get a clear picture
Economists on average are picking unemployment to surge up from 4.2% to 5.7% for the June quarter - but they stress that the impact of the lockdown is going to make it difficult to get a clear picture
3rd Aug 20, 12:10pm
3rd Aug 20, 10:07am
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New residential property listings in Auckland were up 39.7% in July compared to July last year
New residential property listings in Auckland were up 39.7% in July compared to July last year
3rd Aug 20, 10:07am
3rd Aug 20, 9:59am
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Economist Brian Easton says we are failing to think through the interdependencies in an economy
Economist Brian Easton says we are failing to think through the interdependencies in an economy
3rd Aug 20, 9:59am
3rd Aug 20, 9:06am
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Roger J Kerr with the questions over the NZ economy that require some analysis and balanced answers
Roger J Kerr with the questions over the NZ economy that require some analysis and balanced answers
3rd Aug 20, 9:06am
3rd Aug 20, 8:31am
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Chris Trotter argues Richard Prebble made Act competitive electorally by turning it into a right-wing populist party, and asks whether David Seymour is doing the same
Chris Trotter argues Richard Prebble made Act competitive electorally by turning it into a right-wing populist party, and asks whether David Seymour is doing the same
3rd Aug 20, 8:31am
3rd Aug 20, 7:38am
The USD rebounds on Friday, but July was still its weakest month for years. Big tech earnings support US equities. NZ long-term rates approach record lows. Still no breakthrough on US unemployment benefits - risk assets may open lower this morning
The USD rebounds on Friday, but July was still its weakest month for years. Big tech earnings support US equities. NZ long-term rates approach record lows. Still no breakthrough on US unemployment benefits - risk assets may open lower this morning
3rd Aug 20, 7:38am

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