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18th Sep 19, 5:33pm
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New Zealand's largest home loan lender cuts its two year rate to the same level BNZ adopted a few days ago. But both remain much higher than the recent market leaders
New Zealand's largest home loan lender cuts its two year rate to the same level BNZ adopted a few days ago. But both remain much higher than the recent market leaders
18th Sep 19, 5:33pm
18th Sep 19, 4:54pm
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Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland companies should get preferential treatment from council over multinationals
Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland companies should get preferential treatment from council over multinationals
18th Sep 19, 4:54pm
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18th Sep 19, 4:20pm
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'Super investor' Ron Hoy Fong's property mentoring company Ronovation ordered to pay $400,000 for breaching the Commerce Act
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'Super investor' Ron Hoy Fong's property mentoring company Ronovation ordered to pay $400,000 for breaching the Commerce Act
18th Sep 19, 4:20pm
18th Sep 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; record low mortgage rates, dairy prices firm, current account deficit narrows, swaps and NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; record low mortgage rates, dairy prices firm, current account deficit narrows, swaps and NZD stable, & more
18th Sep 19, 3:59pm
18th Sep 19, 3:02pm
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The launch of market leading home loan rates by subsidiaries of China's main banks signals a more active role in retail banking here. We profile the institutions
The launch of market leading home loan rates by subsidiaries of China's main banks signals a more active role in retail banking here. We profile the institutions
18th Sep 19, 3:02pm
18th Sep 19, 12:54pm
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Gareth Vaughan highlights the limited comments on banking in a report on growing NZ's capital markets, and probes how much healthier the equity market would look if the big 4 banks were listed
Gareth Vaughan highlights the limited comments on banking in a report on growing NZ's capital markets, and probes how much healthier the equity market would look if the big 4 banks were listed
18th Sep 19, 12:54pm
18th Sep 19, 11:47am
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The number of farms being sold might be well down on last year but prices are higher, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
The number of farms being sold might be well down on last year but prices are higher, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
18th Sep 19, 11:47am
18th Sep 19, 11:06am
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Westpac economists say unconventional monetary policy could help the Reserve Bank meet its inflation target but they warn that any monetary policy is 'no panacea'
Westpac economists say unconventional monetary policy could help the Reserve Bank meet its inflation target but they warn that any monetary policy is 'no panacea'
18th Sep 19, 11:06am
18th Sep 19, 10:44am
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Although low interest rates have traditionally been viewed as positive for economic growth, this may not be the case anymore. Instead, they may lead to slower growth by increasing market concentration and weakening firms' incentive to boost productivity
Although low interest rates have traditionally been viewed as positive for economic growth, this may not be the case anymore. Instead, they may lead to slower growth by increasing market concentration and weakening firms' incentive to boost productivity
18th Sep 19, 10:44am
18th Sep 19, 9:42am
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Guy Trafford's review of both the MPI's rural outlook and NIWA's climate predictions finds a rosy future in production and markets as we head into summer - so long as China keeps buying
Guy Trafford's review of both the MPI's rural outlook and NIWA's climate predictions finds a rosy future in production and markets as we head into summer - so long as China keeps buying
18th Sep 19, 9:42am
18th Sep 19, 7:56am
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Oil prices down over 6% as Saudi production back up. USD reverses course, seeing NZD and AUD recover yesterday’s losses. UST yields lower
Oil prices down over 6% as Saudi production back up. USD reverses course, seeing NZD and AUD recover yesterday’s losses. UST yields lower
18th Sep 19, 7:56am
18th Sep 19, 7:50am
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Work visa numbers are rising strongly while residency visas are declining and student visas are almost flat, Greg Ninness reports
Work visa numbers are rising strongly while residency visas are declining and student visas are almost flat, Greg Ninness reports
18th Sep 19, 7:50am
18th Sep 19, 7:22am
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Dairy prices up +2%; US Fed quells market pressures; US industrial output flat; China house price rises modest; PBoC holds benchmark rate; UST 10yr yield at 1.81%; oil down and gold higher; NZ$1 = 63.5 USc; TWI-5 = 68.7
Dairy prices up +2%; US Fed quells market pressures; US industrial output flat; China house price rises modest; PBoC holds benchmark rate; UST 10yr yield at 1.81%; oil down and gold higher; NZ$1 = 63.5 USc; TWI-5 = 68.7
18th Sep 19, 7:22am
18th Sep 19, 6:02am
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The New Zealand subsidiary of the Bank of China has launched a 3.15% rate for one and two year fixed home loan contracts, setting a new low in the New Zealand mortgage market
The New Zealand subsidiary of the Bank of China has launched a 3.15% rate for one and two year fixed home loan contracts, setting a new low in the New Zealand mortgage market
18th Sep 19, 6:02am
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
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BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
17th Sep 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; some more rate changes, consumers downbeat, NZSF shines, agriculture viewed positively, Fonterra sets date, swaps and NZD decline, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; some more rate changes, consumers downbeat, NZSF shines, agriculture viewed positively, Fonterra sets date, swaps and NZD decline, & more
17th Sep 19, 3:59pm
17th Sep 19, 3:16pm
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Delayed Fonterra annual results and new business strategy to be released next week on Thursday, September 26
Delayed Fonterra annual results and new business strategy to be released next week on Thursday, September 26
17th Sep 19, 3:16pm
17th Sep 19, 1:00pm
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New measures make it simpler for employers to bring temporary migrant labour in - and the Government has reversed the previous National administration's clampdown on families of workers being allowed to come to NZ
New measures make it simpler for employers to bring temporary migrant labour in - and the Government has reversed the previous National administration's clampdown on families of workers being allowed to come to NZ
17th Sep 19, 1:00pm
17th Sep 19, 11:17am
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Keith Woodford says Fonterra’s short-term problem is asset sales, asset values and earnings; the longer-term problem is a capital structure that is no longer fit for purpose
Keith Woodford says Fonterra’s short-term problem is asset sales, asset values and earnings; the longer-term problem is a capital structure that is no longer fit for purpose
17th Sep 19, 11:17am
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17th Sep 19, 10:11am
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Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi pledges measures to improve financial services sector conduct shortly as regulators bemoan poor life insurer conduct and culture
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Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi pledges measures to improve financial services sector conduct shortly as regulators bemoan poor life insurer conduct and culture
17th Sep 19, 10:11am

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