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14th Jul 18, 8:57am
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Fewer properties are offered for sale at auctions but more are being sold under the hammer
Fewer properties are offered for sale at auctions but more are being sold under the hammer
14th Jul 18, 8:57am
14th Jul 18, 8:55am
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US confidence slips; US terms of trade improve; China get larger surplus with US, less with others; China new debt jumps; Italy pretends on CETA; UST 10yr 2.83%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 67.6 USc; TWI-5 = 71
US confidence slips; US terms of trade improve; China get larger surplus with US, less with others; China new debt jumps; Italy pretends on CETA; UST 10yr 2.83%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 67.6 USc; TWI-5 = 71
14th Jul 18, 8:55am
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13th Jul 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday: no rate changes, 10K new Mangere dwellings, CBL update, PMI sinks, Aussie housing weakness, swaps slip, NZD firms
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday: no rate changes, 10K new Mangere dwellings, CBL update, PMI sinks, Aussie housing weakness, swaps slip, NZD firms
13th Jul 18, 3:59pm
13th Jul 18, 2:56pm
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Keith Woodford explains how evidence for early arrival of Mycoplasma bovis continues to mount
Keith Woodford explains how evidence for early arrival of Mycoplasma bovis continues to mount
13th Jul 18, 2:56pm
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13th Jul 18, 1:57pm
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FMA flags concerns over the disclosures CBL made when it listed on the NZX and around the time it was being probed by the Reserve Bank; CBL's chair and two other directors resign
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FMA flags concerns over the disclosures CBL made when it listed on the NZX and around the time it was being probed by the Reserve Bank; CBL's chair and two other directors resign
13th Jul 18, 1:57pm
13th Jul 18, 12:16pm
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The Government has a $3 billion surplus, it is $1.6 billion under its spending cap and has almost met its debt target – so why are we being told there is no money left for nurses?
The Government has a $3 billion surplus, it is $1.6 billion under its spending cap and has almost met its debt target – so why are we being told there is no money left for nurses?
13th Jul 18, 12:16pm
13th Jul 18, 10:52am
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Buyers are still active but they didn't have a lot of choice at latest apartment auctions
Buyers are still active but they didn't have a lot of choice at latest apartment auctions
13th Jul 18, 10:52am
13th Jul 18, 10:51am
Allan Barber reviews Blue Sky Meats chequered performance, this year a rare profit. Is this the turnaround that they need to justify the farmer loyalty they have enjoyed?
Allan Barber reviews Blue Sky Meats chequered performance, this year a rare profit. Is this the turnaround that they need to justify the farmer loyalty they have enjoyed?
13th Jul 18, 10:51am
13th Jul 18, 10:17am
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Productivity is low for reasons that are hard to explain. But maybe we have been looking at the 'problem' in the wrong way - perhaps our historical benchmark was unique and can't be repeated
Productivity is low for reasons that are hard to explain. But maybe we have been looking at the 'problem' in the wrong way - perhaps our historical benchmark was unique and can't be repeated
13th Jul 18, 10:17am
13th Jul 18, 9:36am
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Housing Minister announces plans to build 10,000 homes in Mangere - including 3500 new KiwiBuild homes, 3000 new state homes and 3500 new ‘market homes’
Housing Minister announces plans to build 10,000 homes in Mangere - including 3500 new KiwiBuild homes, 3000 new state homes and 3500 new ‘market homes’
13th Jul 18, 9:36am
13th Jul 18, 8:46am
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Some 10 years after the finance company sector meltdown New Zealanders are still displaying an alarming naivety in the world of investment, David Hargreaves says
Some 10 years after the finance company sector meltdown New Zealanders are still displaying an alarming naivety in the world of investment, David Hargreaves says
13th Jul 18, 8:46am
13th Jul 18, 8:29am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, July 13, 2018
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, July 13, 2018
13th Jul 18, 8:29am
13th Jul 18, 8:05am
Against a backdrop of better risk sentiment, the NZD has bounced a little, but it remains near multi-year lows; US bond yields are near unchanged on the day; AUD is the strongest performer
Against a backdrop of better risk sentiment, the NZD has bounced a little, but it remains near multi-year lows; US bond yields are near unchanged on the day; AUD is the strongest performer
13th Jul 18, 8:05am
13th Jul 18, 7:42am
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CPI inflation up to 2.9% in US; US 2018 budget deficit to hit US$¾ tln; US FDI slumps; EU, Korea cut growth forecasts; UK Brexit White Paper; UST 10yr at 2.85%; oil down, gold up; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
CPI inflation up to 2.9% in US; US 2018 budget deficit to hit US$¾ tln; US FDI slumps; EU, Korea cut growth forecasts; UK Brexit White Paper; UST 10yr at 2.85%; oil down, gold up; NZ$1 = 67.7 USc; TWI-5 = 71.2
13th Jul 18, 7:42am
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12th Jul 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no rate changes, food prices stable, MPB on lifestyle blocks now, investors confident, swaps slip, NZD holds lower
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; no rate changes, food prices stable, MPB on lifestyle blocks now, investors confident, swaps slip, NZD holds lower
12th Jul 18, 3:59pm
12th Jul 18, 2:13pm
NZ Govt Bond Tender #641; weighted average yield accepted was 2.86%; coverage ratio was 1.85x
NZ Govt Bond Tender #641; weighted average yield accepted was 2.86%; coverage ratio was 1.85x
12th Jul 18, 2:13pm
12th Jul 18, 2:13pm
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Share market investors more upbeat on NZ's financial markets than property investors despite jitters in both markets; KiwiSaver investor confidence subpar
Share market investors more upbeat on NZ's financial markets than property investors despite jitters in both markets; KiwiSaver investor confidence subpar
12th Jul 18, 2:13pm
12th Jul 18, 12:13pm
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ASB is expecting the hikes to the minimum wage, wide fair pay agreements and collective bargaining will see the end of years of sluggish wage growth
ASB is expecting the hikes to the minimum wage, wide fair pay agreements and collective bargaining will see the end of years of sluggish wage growth
12th Jul 18, 12:13pm
12th Jul 18, 11:14am
The changes continue to be made at Kiwibank following the reshuffle of shareholding
The changes continue to be made at Kiwibank following the reshuffle of shareholding
12th Jul 18, 11:14am
12th Jul 18, 10:49am
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Westpac economists revise upwards their forecasts for house construction in the country's largest city; say Auckland getting close to building enough houses to keep up with population growth
Westpac economists revise upwards their forecasts for house construction in the country's largest city; say Auckland getting close to building enough houses to keep up with population growth
12th Jul 18, 10:49am

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