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28th Feb 19, 12:01pm
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Five credit unions to seek member backing for transfer of engagements to Credit Union Baywide from March 11 to March 15
Five credit unions to seek member backing for transfer of engagements to Credit Union Baywide from March 11 to March 15
28th Feb 19, 12:01pm
28th Feb 19, 11:51am
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Local Government New Zealand calls for greater devolution during joint symposium with the New Zealand Initiative
Local Government New Zealand calls for greater devolution during joint symposium with the New Zealand Initiative
28th Feb 19, 11:51am
28th Feb 19, 10:04am
Almost half of all farms are in the Farm Assurance Programme, with early signs both farmers and processors are pleased with the rollout. The project is an essential tool in support of Taste Pure Nature
Almost half of all farms are in the Farm Assurance Programme, with early signs both farmers and processors are pleased with the rollout. The project is an essential tool in support of Taste Pure Nature
28th Feb 19, 10:04am
28th Feb 19, 9:35am
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Design contract for new $58.8 million dollar Auckland transport interchange close to sign off
Design contract for new $58.8 million dollar Auckland transport interchange close to sign off
28th Feb 19, 9:35am
28th Feb 19, 9:10am
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Whether the Government introduces a Capital Gains Tax or not, some investors will need to exit the residential property market, while others will still do well
Whether the Government introduces a Capital Gains Tax or not, some investors will need to exit the residential property market, while others will still do well
28th Feb 19, 9:10am
28th Feb 19, 9:09am
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Very mixed news for farmers as Fonterra increases the milk price forecast by possibly as much as 60c, but slashes the earnings forecast possibly more than in half; no interim dividend
Very mixed news for farmers as Fonterra increases the milk price forecast by possibly as much as 60c, but slashes the earnings forecast possibly more than in half; no interim dividend
28th Feb 19, 9:09am
28th Feb 19, 8:38am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, February 28, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, February 28, 2019
28th Feb 19, 8:38am
28th Feb 19, 8:04am
Equity markets have softened modestly while US and global rates have, in contrast, moved higher; GBP continues to outperform as the probability of a no-deal Brexit scenario recedes while the NZD and AUD have fallen; NZ rates were lower across the curve
Equity markets have softened modestly while US and global rates have, in contrast, moved higher; GBP continues to outperform as the probability of a no-deal Brexit scenario recedes while the NZD and AUD have fallen; NZ rates were lower across the curve
28th Feb 19, 8:04am
28th Feb 19, 7:38am
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US trade deficit jumps again; US home sales rise and mortgage rates fall; Canada inflation drops, EU sentiment negative; ASIC to second-guess mortgage applications; UST 10yr 2.68%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 68.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.7
US trade deficit jumps again; US home sales rise and mortgage rates fall; Canada inflation drops, EU sentiment negative; ASIC to second-guess mortgage applications; UST 10yr 2.68%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 68.4 USc; TWI-5 = 72.7
28th Feb 19, 7:38am
27th Feb 19, 4:59pm
Guy Trafford looks at the various ways to monitor the current farm sales market. And he finds issues in both the honey and kiwifruit industries
Guy Trafford looks at the various ways to monitor the current farm sales market. And he finds issues in both the honey and kiwifruit industries
27th Feb 19, 4:59pm
27th Feb 19, 4:07pm
Gareth Vaughan says NZ's 4 Aussie owned banks may have a hard row to hoe in getting the RBNZ's proposals for them to hold significantly more capital rolled back
Gareth Vaughan says NZ's 4 Aussie owned banks may have a hard row to hoe in getting the RBNZ's proposals for them to hold significantly more capital rolled back
27th Feb 19, 4:07pm
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27th Feb 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; a small TD change, big trade deficit, more mortgage debt, more corporate debt, NZD holds high, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; a small TD change, big trade deficit, more mortgage debt, more corporate debt, NZD holds high, & more
27th Feb 19, 3:59pm
27th Feb 19, 3:47pm
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Latest Reserve Bank figures show first home buyers getting a record high share of new mortgage money for the second consecutive month
Latest Reserve Bank figures show first home buyers getting a record high share of new mortgage money for the second consecutive month
27th Feb 19, 3:47pm
27th Feb 19, 2:52pm
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Mainzeal director Richard Yan planned to develop a hotel for Chinese Communist Party officials at a Waiheke Island vineyard, court judgment says
Mainzeal director Richard Yan planned to develop a hotel for Chinese Communist Party officials at a Waiheke Island vineyard, court judgment says
27th Feb 19, 2:52pm
27th Feb 19, 11:43am
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Chris Rands explains why a faltering Australian housing market changes economic signals to the RBA, and is likely to result in lower official interest rates there sometime this year
Chris Rands explains why a faltering Australian housing market changes economic signals to the RBA, and is likely to result in lower official interest rates there sometime this year
27th Feb 19, 11:43am
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
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Stats NZ says January deficit of $914 mln shows imports rising much faster than exports
Stats NZ says January deficit of $914 mln shows imports rising much faster than exports
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics takes a look at what the unlikely scenario of a break-up of the USA could mean from an investment perspective
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics takes a look at what the unlikely scenario of a break-up of the USA could mean from an investment perspective
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
27th Feb 19, 9:53am
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Low-income KiwiSaver members to benefit under Tax Working Group recommendations, according to KiwiSaver provider Simplicity
Low-income KiwiSaver members to benefit under Tax Working Group recommendations, according to KiwiSaver provider Simplicity
27th Feb 19, 9:53am
27th Feb 19, 7:48am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, February 27, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, February 27, 2019
27th Feb 19, 7:48am
27th Feb 19, 7:36am
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US housing starts weak; consumer confidence rises; Powell sees modest growth; Yellen sees an ignoramus; Aussie coal very profitable; UST 10yr 2.65%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 68.9 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
US housing starts weak; consumer confidence rises; Powell sees modest growth; Yellen sees an ignoramus; Aussie coal very profitable; UST 10yr 2.65%; oil and gold little-changed; NZ$1 = 68.9 USc; TWI-5 = 73.2
27th Feb 19, 7:36am

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