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16th May 19, 11:24am
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MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
16th May 19, 11:24am
16th May 19, 10:00am
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Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
16th May 19, 10:00am
16th May 19, 9:55am
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Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
16th May 19, 9:55am
16th May 19, 8:18am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 16, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, May 16, 2019
16th May 19, 8:18am
16th May 19, 7:49am
Equity markets have moved higher overnight after reports that Trump would delay a decision on auto tariffs by up to six months; in contrast, weaker Chinese and US economic data pulled bond yields lower; NZD has continued to grind lower overnight
Equity markets have moved higher overnight after reports that Trump would delay a decision on auto tariffs by up to six months; in contrast, weaker Chinese and US economic data pulled bond yields lower; NZD has continued to grind lower overnight
16th May 19, 7:49am
16th May 19, 7:44am
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US and China economies suffer momentum backtracks; Canada data solid, EU growth inches up; equities up on car tariff delay; broad tax cut bonus near in Australia; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 65.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
US and China economies suffer momentum backtracks; Canada data solid, EU growth inches up; equities up on car tariff delay; broad tax cut bonus near in Australia; UST 10yr 2.38%; oil up and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 65.6 USc; TWI-5 = 70.5
16th May 19, 7:44am
15th May 19, 5:20pm
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Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
15th May 19, 5:20pm
15th May 19, 4:48pm
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Guy Trafford muses on the role of foreign ownership in New Zealand, and the offshore market access advantage it has which is vital for how our agricultural commodity exports are sold
Guy Trafford muses on the role of foreign ownership in New Zealand, and the offshore market access advantage it has which is vital for how our agricultural commodity exports are sold
15th May 19, 4:48pm
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15th May 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; more rate cuts for savers, job ads fall, FSC expands, we post our own new record swaps dip, NZD holds, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; more rate cuts for savers, job ads fall, FSC expands, we post our own new record swaps dip, NZD holds, & more
15th May 19, 3:59pm
15th May 19, 3:55pm
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Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Paul Morris says some investors will have been reticent to invest in bonds - but this would have been to their detriment
Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Paul Morris says some investors will have been reticent to invest in bonds - but this would have been to their detriment
15th May 19, 3:55pm
15th May 19, 1:39pm
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Rates continue to sink in the light of global uncertainties and in the wake of the Reserve Bank's Official Cash rate cut
Rates continue to sink in the light of global uncertainties and in the wake of the Reserve Bank's Official Cash rate cut
15th May 19, 1:39pm
15th May 19, 12:06pm
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The NZ economy may have been coined the 'rockstar' economy in 2014, but not everyone benefited from this growth, says the Finance Minister as he explains how his 'wellbeing budget' aims to change this
The NZ economy may have been coined the 'rockstar' economy in 2014, but not everyone benefited from this growth, says the Finance Minister as he explains how his 'wellbeing budget' aims to change this
15th May 19, 12:06pm
15th May 19, 10:20am
The challenges mount for the Australian parents of New Zealand's big four banks
The challenges mount for the Australian parents of New Zealand's big four banks
15th May 19, 10:20am
15th May 19, 9:11am
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David Hargreaves tries to make sense of what the Government may be planning as the so-called 'recalibration' of the flagship KiwiBuild policy continues
David Hargreaves tries to make sense of what the Government may be planning as the so-called 'recalibration' of the flagship KiwiBuild policy continues
15th May 19, 9:11am
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15th May 19, 9:06am
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Downtown Ferry Terminal redevelopment project reassessed as design work is finalised
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Downtown Ferry Terminal redevelopment project reassessed as design work is finalised
15th May 19, 9:06am
15th May 19, 8:50am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, May 15, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, May 15, 2019
15th May 19, 8:50am
15th May 19, 7:48am
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Markets have recovered over the past 24 hours after some more optimistic-sounding comments from President Trump on the prospect of a trade deal with China; equities and bond yields moved higher while the NZD and AUD increased modestly
Markets have recovered over the past 24 hours after some more optimistic-sounding comments from President Trump on the prospect of a trade deal with China; equities and bond yields moved higher while the NZD and AUD increased modestly
15th May 19, 7:48am
15th May 19, 7:43am
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Equities recover some losses; yuan depreciates; EU factory output falls; ZEW confidence lower; Australian business confidence drops; UST 10yr 2.42%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 65.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
Equities recover some losses; yuan depreciates; EU factory output falls; ZEW confidence lower; Australian business confidence drops; UST 10yr 2.42%; oil up and gold down; NZ$1 = 65.8 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
15th May 19, 7:43am
15th May 19, 7:26am
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New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
15th May 19, 7:26am
14th May 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, house sales sag, migration rises, visitor numbers fall, KiwiSaver results updated, swaps lower, NZD holds, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; no rate changes, house sales sag, migration rises, visitor numbers fall, KiwiSaver results updated, swaps lower, NZD holds, & more
14th May 19, 3:59pm

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