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20th Oct 19, 6:02am
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David Hargreaves says the Government's supposed year of delivery has been a non-starter. But key decisions in the final two months of the year may set the tone for the economy in 2020
David Hargreaves says the Government's supposed year of delivery has been a non-starter. But key decisions in the final two months of the year may set the tone for the economy in 2020
20th Oct 19, 6:02am
19th Oct 19, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan says the Reserve Bank's efforts to combat the too big to fail problem is a worthy aspect of its proposals to increase NZ banks' regulatory capital requirements
Gareth Vaughan says the Reserve Bank's efforts to combat the too big to fail problem is a worthy aspect of its proposals to increase NZ banks' regulatory capital requirements
19th Oct 19, 10:02am
19th Oct 19, 9:59am
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Brendon Harre asks if Wellington is perpetually stuck being a sleepy government town that is incapable of being entrepreneurial in its public policy making
Brendon Harre asks if Wellington is perpetually stuck being a sleepy government town that is incapable of being entrepreneurial in its public policy making
19th Oct 19, 9:59am
19th Oct 19, 9:49am
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Martin Hawes points out that the amount you save now will have a huge bearing on what you can spend in retirement, and is probably more important than the returns on those savings
Martin Hawes points out that the amount you save now will have a huge bearing on what you can spend in retirement, and is probably more important than the returns on those savings
19th Oct 19, 9:49am
19th Oct 19, 9:41am
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Duncan Greive profiles Jarrod Kerr, Kiwibank's chief economist who is curious why low interest rates don't induce businesses and governments to invest to catch up our long-term infrastructure deficits
Duncan Greive profiles Jarrod Kerr, Kiwibank's chief economist who is curious why low interest rates don't induce businesses and governments to invest to catch up our long-term infrastructure deficits
19th Oct 19, 9:41am
19th Oct 19, 9:14am
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As finance ministers gather for the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings, they will face no shortage of urgent matters to discuss. But they should not deflect attention from even more pressing long-term challenges
As finance ministers gather for the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings, they will face no shortage of urgent matters to discuss. But they should not deflect attention from even more pressing long-term challenges
19th Oct 19, 9:14am
19th Oct 19, 8:38am
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Wall Street middling; US Q3 growth low; China growth downshifts; China clamps down on P2P; US tariffs EU goods; eyes on Brexit vote; NZ GDP firm; UST 10yr 1.75%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 63.7 USc; TWI-5 = 68.6
Wall Street middling; US Q3 growth low; China growth downshifts; China clamps down on P2P; US tariffs EU goods; eyes on Brexit vote; NZ GDP firm; UST 10yr 1.75%; oil unchanged and gold lower; NZ$1 = 63.7 USc; TWI-5 = 68.6
19th Oct 19, 8:38am
19th Oct 19, 8:19am
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Sales were achieved on just over half the properties offered at the latest auctions but auction rooms are quieter compared to this time last year
Sales were achieved on just over half the properties offered at the latest auctions but auction rooms are quieter compared to this time last year
19th Oct 19, 8:19am
18th Oct 19, 6:25pm
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ANZ, the National Party and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirm no involvement with John Key's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping
ANZ, the National Party and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirm no involvement with John Key's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping
18th Oct 19, 6:25pm
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18th Oct 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; ASB cuts, goMoney used by 1 mln, FMA warns, retirement home risks, marine risks, China's growth holds high, swaps up again, NZD rises, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; ASB cuts, goMoney used by 1 mln, FMA warns, retirement home risks, marine risks, China's growth holds high, swaps up again, NZD rises, & more
18th Oct 19, 3:59pm
18th Oct 19, 2:41pm
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CBL shareholders seek redress for failure of the $747 million company; Harbour Asset Management and Argo Investments to lead class action against former directors
CBL shareholders seek redress for failure of the $747 million company; Harbour Asset Management and Argo Investments to lead class action against former directors
18th Oct 19, 2:41pm
18th Oct 19, 10:00am
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Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
18th Oct 19, 10:00am
18th Oct 19, 9:42am
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The last of the major banks trims its key mortgage rates, falling into line with the levels triggered by ANZ earlier in the week. With low rates very tightly bunched, no bank can afford to be out of line
The last of the major banks trims its key mortgage rates, falling into line with the levels triggered by ANZ earlier in the week. With low rates very tightly bunched, no bank can afford to be out of line
18th Oct 19, 9:42am
18th Oct 19, 7:53am
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A fresh UK/EU Brexit deal but will it get through UK Parliament? GBP and UST10s spike up, but then fall back as opposition to deal evident. NZD and AUD outperform, both up 1%
A fresh UK/EU Brexit deal but will it get through UK Parliament? GBP and UST10s spike up, but then fall back as opposition to deal evident. NZD and AUD outperform, both up 1%
18th Oct 19, 7:53am
18th Oct 19, 7:44am
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Residential rental yields looking slightly more attractive in Auckland, not so good elsewhere
Residential rental yields looking slightly more attractive in Auckland, not so good elsewhere
18th Oct 19, 7:44am
18th Oct 19, 7:20am
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American housing and factories stumble; Canadian jobs rise; China targets trade deal signing; EU gets its Brexit deal, now up to London signoff; UST 10yr yield at 1.74%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.5 USc; TWI-5 = 68.5
American housing and factories stumble; Canadian jobs rise; China targets trade deal signing; EU gets its Brexit deal, now up to London signoff; UST 10yr yield at 1.74%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.5 USc; TWI-5 = 68.5
18th Oct 19, 7:20am
17th Oct 19, 4:34pm
Guy Trafford looks at what is current in the dairy industry. The stable dairy auction results and Fonterra share price indicate a quiet period, for a while, at least
Guy Trafford looks at what is current in the dairy industry. The stable dairy auction results and Fonterra share price indicate a quiet period, for a while, at least
17th Oct 19, 4:34pm
17th Oct 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; some significant rate cuts, investors tire on low yields, businesses struggle, swaps firm, NZD soft, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; some significant rate cuts, investors tire on low yields, businesses struggle, swaps firm, NZD soft, & more
17th Oct 19, 3:59pm
17th Oct 19, 3:17pm
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NZIER takes issue with Keith Woodford's view that GDP understates the economic contribution of agribusiness to NZ, arguing it's only measuring what GDP is supposed to measure and excludes exports
NZIER takes issue with Keith Woodford's view that GDP understates the economic contribution of agribusiness to NZ, arguing it's only measuring what GDP is supposed to measure and excludes exports
17th Oct 19, 3:17pm
17th Oct 19, 2:19pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #699; weighted average accepted yield was 1.61%; coverage ratio was 2.35x
NZ Govt Bond Tender #699; weighted average accepted yield was 1.61%; coverage ratio was 2.35x
17th Oct 19, 2:19pm

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