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3rd Sep 19, 7:52am
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China takes the US to WTO over tariff actions. Next Brexit move depends on parliamentary vote. NZD holds at its lower level. Eyes on RBA rate decision, then on dairy auction
China takes the US to WTO over tariff actions. Next Brexit move depends on parliamentary vote. NZD holds at its lower level. Eyes on RBA rate decision, then on dairy auction
3rd Sep 19, 7:52am
3rd Sep 19, 7:25am
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China ignores tariff pressures, private factories expanding; Japan factories contract; G20 economies in growth decline; Aussie house prices up, job ads down; UST 10yr yield at 1.50%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.7
China ignores tariff pressures, private factories expanding; Japan factories contract; G20 economies in growth decline; Aussie house prices up, job ads down; UST 10yr yield at 1.50%; oil down and gold up; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.7
3rd Sep 19, 7:25am
3rd Sep 19, 5:00am
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New listings starting to rise on Realestate.co.nz suggesting the spring lift is in the air
New listings starting to rise on Realestate.co.nz suggesting the spring lift is in the air
3rd Sep 19, 5:00am
2nd Sep 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; many big rate changes, Paymark pays out big, terms of trade stable, swaps and NZD little-changed, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; many big rate changes, Paymark pays out big, terms of trade stable, swaps and NZD little-changed, & more
2nd Sep 19, 3:59pm
2nd Sep 19, 2:50pm
by Guest
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A mystery donation to National has people asking how secure our electoral system is from corrupt foreign actors. Law expert Andrew Geddis explains what’s at stake
A mystery donation to National has people asking how secure our electoral system is from corrupt foreign actors. Law expert Andrew Geddis explains what’s at stake
2nd Sep 19, 2:50pm
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
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The big bank economists are mulling what the flagging business confidence and drooping inflation expectations mean for the economy, with one economist even questioning whether the economy is heading for 'stall speed'
The big bank economists are mulling what the flagging business confidence and drooping inflation expectations mean for the economy, with one economist even questioning whether the economy is heading for 'stall speed'
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
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Auckland Council development agency Panuku appoints PwC to carry out 'independent review' of its gifts and hospitality policies after SFO encouragement
Auckland Council development agency Panuku appoints PwC to carry out 'independent review' of its gifts and hospitality policies after SFO encouragement
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
2nd Sep 19, 1:22pm
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Things get heated as wellbeing professor and inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes and Doughnut Economics author Kate Raworth debate whether growth is good
Things get heated as wellbeing professor and inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes and Doughnut Economics author Kate Raworth debate whether growth is good
2nd Sep 19, 1:22pm
2nd Sep 19, 10:28am
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Ports of Auckland's $60m cranes that arrived last October haven't been used yet with company saying 'challenges' during commissioning are 'nothing more than you’d expect in a project of this size & complexity'
Ports of Auckland's $60m cranes that arrived last October haven't been used yet with company saying 'challenges' during commissioning are 'nothing more than you’d expect in a project of this size & complexity'
2nd Sep 19, 10:28am
2nd Sep 19, 10:10am
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Keith Woodford lays out how Fonterra’s Chilean profits and market share have been dropping, and how its farmers have been deserting for other processors. He says write-downs appear likely
Keith Woodford lays out how Fonterra’s Chilean profits and market share have been dropping, and how its farmers have been deserting for other processors. He says write-downs appear likely
2nd Sep 19, 10:10am
2nd Sep 19, 9:03am
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BNZ matches its main rivals with some key home loan rate cuts for its 'special' offers, but goes with steeper reductions for term deposits, dropping below almost all its rivals
BNZ matches its main rivals with some key home loan rate cuts for its 'special' offers, but goes with steeper reductions for term deposits, dropping below almost all its rivals
2nd Sep 19, 9:03am
2nd Sep 19, 8:14am
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Roger J Kerr says so far the RBNZ's 50 basis point cut to the Official Cash Rate appears to be creating the exactly opposite effect to that intended on confidence
Roger J Kerr says so far the RBNZ's 50 basis point cut to the Official Cash Rate appears to be creating the exactly opposite effect to that intended on confidence
2nd Sep 19, 8:14am
2nd Sep 19, 8:08am
Hedging flow activity more influential than economic data on currencies. US data mixed. EUR under pressure. Canada stars. NZD weaker
Hedging flow activity more influential than economic data on currencies. US data mixed. EUR under pressure. Canada stars. NZD weaker
2nd Sep 19, 8:08am
2nd Sep 19, 7:30am
Juniper Research predicts big increase in cost of cyber-crime as crooks use the likes of AI, social media and crypto-jacking
Juniper Research predicts big increase in cost of cyber-crime as crooks use the likes of AI, social media and crypto-jacking
2nd Sep 19, 7:30am
2nd Sep 19, 7:17am
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Tariffs bite harder; China factories contracting, services expanding; US data mostly negative; Canada gets strong growth; India doesn't; Aussie housing markets up; UST 10yr yield at 1.50%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.6
Tariffs bite harder; China factories contracting, services expanding; US data mostly negative; Canada gets strong growth; India doesn't; Aussie housing markets up; UST 10yr yield at 1.50%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 63.1 USc; TWI-5 = 68.6
2nd Sep 19, 7:17am
1st Sep 19, 10:21am
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Terry Baucher introduces the IRD's financial arrangement rules which usually come as a big unwelcome surprise to taxpayers. He also looks at wage theft. And the latest political party tax ideas
Terry Baucher introduces the IRD's financial arrangement rules which usually come as a big unwelcome surprise to taxpayers. He also looks at wage theft. And the latest political party tax ideas
1st Sep 19, 10:21am
1st Sep 19, 10:00am
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Joanna Davies finds that being economical with the truth can lead to far bigger problems - as China has discovered with its Made In China 2025 strategy, which appears to have stalled
Joanna Davies finds that being economical with the truth can lead to far bigger problems - as China has discovered with its Made In China 2025 strategy, which appears to have stalled
1st Sep 19, 10:00am
1st Sep 19, 9:57am
by Guest
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The US trade war with China is driven as much by anxiety over China's rise as by economic rationality. As Greek historian Thucydides saw, that kind of insecurity can have disastrous consequences
The US trade war with China is driven as much by anxiety over China's rise as by economic rationality. As Greek historian Thucydides saw, that kind of insecurity can have disastrous consequences
1st Sep 19, 9:57am
1st Sep 19, 6:02am
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David Hargreaves takes liberties with metaphors as he ponders the uphill task RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr has as he tries to get New Zealand spending and investing
David Hargreaves takes liberties with metaphors as he ponders the uphill task RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr has as he tries to get New Zealand spending and investing
1st Sep 19, 6:02am
31st Aug 19, 9:27am
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Auckland Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says if he wins he'll be seeking Auckland's 'fair share of our taxes deployed back in our city'
Auckland Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says if he wins he'll be seeking Auckland's 'fair share of our taxes deployed back in our city'
31st Aug 19, 9:27am

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