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20th Dec 18, 3:45pm
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Slower than expected GDP growth, major bank capital changes, and a gloomy global outlook prompt ANZ economists to jump off the fence and forecast 3 OCR cuts by 2020
Slower than expected GDP growth, major bank capital changes, and a gloomy global outlook prompt ANZ economists to jump off the fence and forecast 3 OCR cuts by 2020
20th Dec 18, 3:45pm
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20th Dec 18, 3:30pm
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Latest Reserve Bank monthly figures show the share of borrowing by the housing investor is continuing to drop sharply to new lows
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Latest Reserve Bank monthly figures show the share of borrowing by the housing investor is continuing to drop sharply to new lows
20th Dec 18, 3:30pm
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20th Dec 18, 11:11am
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Economic growth slows more than expected; GDP growth falls to 0.3% in the September quarter, while annual growth falls to 3.0%
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Economic growth slows more than expected; GDP growth falls to 0.3% in the September quarter, while annual growth falls to 3.0%
20th Dec 18, 11:11am
20th Dec 18, 10:46am
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Guy Trafford finishes 2018 with a GDT review, news of a new Fish & Game river survey, calling out plant-based-milk, and an update on the MPB eradication
Guy Trafford finishes 2018 with a GDT review, news of a new Fish & Game river survey, calling out plant-based-milk, and an update on the MPB eradication
20th Dec 18, 10:46am
20th Dec 18, 10:40am
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says we all miss an opportunity by letting the needs of seniors go unanswered. Loneliness is expensive because it is unhealthy
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says we all miss an opportunity by letting the needs of seniors go unanswered. Loneliness is expensive because it is unhealthy
20th Dec 18, 10:40am
20th Dec 18, 9:40am
Can shoebox apartments provide many happy returns for investors in the New Year?
Can shoebox apartments provide many happy returns for investors in the New Year?
20th Dec 18, 9:40am
20th Dec 18, 9:33am
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Peter Dunne would like a political party he can vote for at the next election
Peter Dunne would like a political party he can vote for at the next election
20th Dec 18, 9:33am
20th Dec 18, 8:12am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 20, 2018
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, December 20, 2018
20th Dec 18, 8:12am
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20th Dec 18, 8:07am
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Fed ups policy rate to 2.5%, signals fewer in future; US home sales rise; US population growth slows; China adds new stimulus; Italy gets EU deal; UST 10yr at 2.86%; oil stabilises, gold up; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73
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Fed ups policy rate to 2.5%, signals fewer in future; US home sales rise; US population growth slows; China adds new stimulus; Italy gets EU deal; UST 10yr at 2.86%; oil stabilises, gold up; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc; TWI-5 = 73
20th Dec 18, 8:07am
20th Dec 18, 8:03am
USD has drifted a little lower ahead of the FOMC announcement as has the US 10-year rate; NZD is little changed; AUD is little changed as well, seeing NZD/AUD steady around 0.9550; NZ 5 and 10-year swap rates fell by 2bps to 2.32% and 2.74% respectively
USD has drifted a little lower ahead of the FOMC announcement as has the US 10-year rate; NZD is little changed; AUD is little changed as well, seeing NZD/AUD steady around 0.9550; NZ 5 and 10-year swap rates fell by 2bps to 2.32% and 2.74% respectively
20th Dec 18, 8:03am
19th Dec 18, 4:48pm
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BNZ interest rate strategist Nick Smyth has a crunch of the detail of the RBNZ's new bank capital proposals; says bank funding costs will increase but the RBNZ may offset future increases in lending rates with delays to OCR rises, or even cuts
BNZ interest rate strategist Nick Smyth has a crunch of the detail of the RBNZ's new bank capital proposals; says bank funding costs will increase but the RBNZ may offset future increases in lending rates with delays to OCR rises, or even cuts
19th Dec 18, 4:48pm
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19th Dec 18, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; smaller savings rates, higher minimum wages, bigger C/A deficit, more farm sales, swaps lower and flatter, NZD higher, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; smaller savings rates, higher minimum wages, bigger C/A deficit, more farm sales, swaps lower and flatter, NZD higher, & more
19th Dec 18, 3:59pm
19th Dec 18, 3:33pm
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Farm sales and prices are both up compared to last year, but there are still a few rough patches says the REINZ
Farm sales and prices are both up compared to last year, but there are still a few rough patches says the REINZ
19th Dec 18, 3:33pm
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19th Dec 18, 12:03pm
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Govt announces min. wage increase of $1.20 an hour to take effect on April 1; Indicates further $1.20 and $1.10 hikes in 2020 and 2021; Bridges says National would increase the min. wage by 50c a year
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Govt announces min. wage increase of $1.20 an hour to take effect on April 1; Indicates further $1.20 and $1.10 hikes in 2020 and 2021; Bridges says National would increase the min. wage by 50c a year
19th Dec 18, 12:03pm
19th Dec 18, 11:06am
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RBNZ's new capital requirements would need Heartland to lift its 'Tier 1' capital by about $15m a year; company believes the new requirements will stir more takeover activity and says it will consider any 'value-accretive' acquisition
RBNZ's new capital requirements would need Heartland to lift its 'Tier 1' capital by about $15m a year; company believes the new requirements will stir more takeover activity and says it will consider any 'value-accretive' acquisition
19th Dec 18, 11:06am
19th Dec 18, 9:56am
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RBNZ bank capital proposals go well beyond the international norm, are highly conservative & positive for banks' credit profiles, Fitch says
RBNZ bank capital proposals go well beyond the international norm, are highly conservative & positive for banks' credit profiles, Fitch says
19th Dec 18, 9:56am
19th Dec 18, 8:45am
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Guy Trafford takes a look at what 2019 might bring for farmers in terms of climate-related regulation, land prices, and product prices. He's not pessimistic on everything
Guy Trafford takes a look at what 2019 might bring for farmers in terms of climate-related regulation, land prices, and product prices. He's not pessimistic on everything
19th Dec 18, 8:45am
19th Dec 18, 8:26am
Allan Barber looks back of a year where New Zealand agriculture had to face a range of unexpected developments and a number of growing uncertainties, almost all of which will be festering in 2019
Allan Barber looks back of a year where New Zealand agriculture had to face a range of unexpected developments and a number of growing uncertainties, almost all of which will be festering in 2019
19th Dec 18, 8:26am
19th Dec 18, 8:22am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, December 19, 2018
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, December 19, 2018
19th Dec 18, 8:22am
19th Dec 18, 7:58am
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Dairy prices rise again; equity markets await Fed signals; US housing starts weak; China retreats into its shell; German sentiment falls; UST 10yr at 2.83%; oil slumps but gold up; NZ$1 = 68.5 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
Dairy prices rise again; equity markets await Fed signals; US housing starts weak; China retreats into its shell; German sentiment falls; UST 10yr at 2.83%; oil slumps but gold up; NZ$1 = 68.5 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
19th Dec 18, 7:58am

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