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13th Aug 19, 11:21am
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Stats NZ boss resigns as independent review finds response rate to 2018 Census fell to a very low 83%, resulting in 'significant' data gaps 
Stats NZ boss resigns as independent review finds response rate to 2018 Census fell to a very low 83%, resulting in 'significant' data gaps 
13th Aug 19, 11:21am
13th Aug 19, 11:16am
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A less redacted version of ANZ NZ's submission on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, released to interest.co.nz, includes a surprising admission from the country's biggest bank
A less redacted version of ANZ NZ's submission on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, released to interest.co.nz, includes a surprising admission from the country's biggest bank
13th Aug 19, 11:16am
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13th Aug 19, 10:42am
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Another major home loan bank joins ANZ at a market-leading level for a key mortgage rate, dropping it by 16 bps. It also cut some key term deposit rates by 20 bps
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Another major home loan bank joins ANZ at a market-leading level for a key mortgage rate, dropping it by 16 bps. It also cut some key term deposit rates by 20 bps
13th Aug 19, 10:42am
13th Aug 19, 10:19am
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Auckland Mayoral hopeful John Palino pulls out of the battle for the top job just days before nominations close 
Auckland Mayoral hopeful John Palino pulls out of the battle for the top job just days before nominations close 
13th Aug 19, 10:19am
13th Aug 19, 9:49am
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Housing sales volumes were up in July but price signals were more mixed
Housing sales volumes were up in July but price signals were more mixed
13th Aug 19, 9:49am
13th Aug 19, 8:15am
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Keith Woodford explains how Fonterra’s capital shortage has now got a great deal worse, with no easy answers
Keith Woodford explains how Fonterra’s capital shortage has now got a great deal worse, with no easy answers
13th Aug 19, 8:15am
13th Aug 19, 7:51am
Trouble in Hong Kong and Argentina adds to Chinese credit data concerns, pushing investors into a risk-averse mood and boosting safe-haven currencies
Trouble in Hong Kong and Argentina adds to Chinese credit data concerns, pushing investors into a risk-averse mood and boosting safe-haven currencies
13th Aug 19, 7:51am
13th Aug 19, 7:16am
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US budget deficit up to -4.7% of GDP; bond yields and equity markets fall; Argentina rocked; China credit growth slows sharply; UST 10yr yield at 1.66%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.7 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
US budget deficit up to -4.7% of GDP; bond yields and equity markets fall; Argentina rocked; China credit growth slows sharply; UST 10yr yield at 1.66%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.7 USc; TWI-5 = 69.6
13th Aug 19, 7:16am
12th Aug 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; ANZ cuts rates, retail trade weak, Fonterra weakened, DTI data launched, 'responsible lending' in spotlight, swaps firm, NZD softish, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; ANZ cuts rates, retail trade weak, Fonterra weakened, DTI data launched, 'responsible lending' in spotlight, swaps firm, NZD softish, & more
12th Aug 19, 3:59pm
12th Aug 19, 3:35pm
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RBNZ's new data series looking at debt-to-income ratios of home buyers shows that a third of first home buyer debt nationally, and nearly half of FHB debt in Auckland, is at a level of over five times income
RBNZ's new data series looking at debt-to-income ratios of home buyers shows that a third of first home buyer debt nationally, and nearly half of FHB debt in Auckland, is at a level of over five times income
12th Aug 19, 3:35pm
12th Aug 19, 1:43pm
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The Commerce Commission starts legal action against loans company Pretty Penny for alleged breaches of the CCCFA
The Commerce Commission starts legal action against loans company Pretty Penny for alleged breaches of the CCCFA
12th Aug 19, 1:43pm
12th Aug 19, 9:47am
Terry Baucher looks at the tax unexpected tax implications for New Zealand residents who own British property in the time of Brexit; and the new focus of the IRD and what to expect from them
Terry Baucher looks at the tax unexpected tax implications for New Zealand residents who own British property in the time of Brexit; and the new focus of the IRD and what to expect from them
12th Aug 19, 9:47am
12th Aug 19, 9:36am
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Roger J Kerr says the Reserve Bank is consistently surprising the markets with statements at odds to prior expectations - but the Kiwi dollar keeps bouncing back after the shocks
Roger J Kerr says the Reserve Bank is consistently surprising the markets with statements at odds to prior expectations - but the Kiwi dollar keeps bouncing back after the shocks
12th Aug 19, 9:36am
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12th Aug 19, 8:56am
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Fonterra says it is set to lose between $590 mln and $675 mln in the just-completed financial year after writing down the value of more of its assets; $800 mln debt reduction target not achieved; board discussion on capital structure
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Fonterra says it is set to lose between $590 mln and $675 mln in the just-completed financial year after writing down the value of more of its assets; $800 mln debt reduction target not achieved; board discussion on capital structure
12th Aug 19, 8:56am
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12th Aug 19, 8:27am
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Chris Trotter deconstructs the arguments used by eco warriors and questions how much they grasp the origins of the coal industry and its predecessors
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Chris Trotter deconstructs the arguments used by eco warriors and questions how much they grasp the origins of the coal industry and its predecessors
12th Aug 19, 8:27am
12th Aug 19, 8:24am
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With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
With nothing positive to happen in the US-China trade war, the NZD will follow the CNY down against the USD to fresh lows, nudged even lower by the OCR cut. We will weaken against the AUD too: BNZ
12th Aug 19, 8:24am
12th Aug 19, 7:35am
Trade retaliation shifts from tariffs to purchasing boycotts. Prospects for resolution dims. UK weakens. Japan growth better than expected. Orr talks up NZ's position
Trade retaliation shifts from tariffs to purchasing boycotts. Prospects for resolution dims. UK weakens. Japan growth better than expected. Orr talks up NZ's position
12th Aug 19, 7:35am
12th Aug 19, 7:21am
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The IMF supports a weaker yuan; Chinese data does too; Indonesia tariffs EU dairy products; US & Canada data weakens; Japan gets better growth; UST 10yr yield at 1.73%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 64.7 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
The IMF supports a weaker yuan; Chinese data does too; Indonesia tariffs EU dairy products; US & Canada data weakens; Japan gets better growth; UST 10yr yield at 1.73%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 64.7 USc; TWI-5 = 69.9
12th Aug 19, 7:21am
11th Aug 19, 3:41pm
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Rodney Dickens says the Reserve Bank used dubious assertions to justify its aggressive rate cut. He says this is a misguided pro-growth experiment, much like the same one a decade ago
Rodney Dickens says the Reserve Bank used dubious assertions to justify its aggressive rate cut. He says this is a misguided pro-growth experiment, much like the same one a decade ago
11th Aug 19, 3:41pm
11th Aug 19, 11:02am
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Why should China bow to a US that treats it as an enemy? By treating international trade as a zero-sum game in which the US makes its own rules, the Americans have weakened the incentive for countries to engage in policy cooperation
Why should China bow to a US that treats it as an enemy? By treating international trade as a zero-sum game in which the US makes its own rules, the Americans have weakened the incentive for countries to engage in policy cooperation
11th Aug 19, 11:02am

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