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13th Nov 17, 2:32pm
Trading halt on Tower shares with insurer at 'advanced stage of finalising underwriting for a capital raising'
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Trading halt on Tower shares with insurer at 'advanced stage of finalising underwriting for a capital raising'
13th Nov 17, 2:32pm
13th Nov 17, 2:00pm
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ANZ economists reduce their near term GDP growth forecasts; see housing market remaining soft with a possible impact on consumer spending
ANZ economists reduce their near term GDP growth forecasts; see housing market remaining soft with a possible impact on consumer spending
13th Nov 17, 2:00pm
13th Nov 17, 1:41pm
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Low sales volumes at Harcourts but prices holding up in Auckland and Wellington
Low sales volumes at Harcourts but prices holding up in Auckland and Wellington
13th Nov 17, 1:41pm
13th Nov 17, 1:27pm
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Auckland University researchers say beams of timber stuck onto the backs of unreinforced masonry façades could be a cheap and simple way to stop them collapsing in an earthquake. Laura McQuillan investigates
Auckland University researchers say beams of timber stuck onto the backs of unreinforced masonry façades could be a cheap and simple way to stop them collapsing in an earthquake. Laura McQuillan investigates
13th Nov 17, 1:27pm
13th Nov 17, 11:42am
Roger J Kerr sees a more positive scenario for the economy emerging over coming months, which will be supportive for the Kiwi dollar
Roger J Kerr sees a more positive scenario for the economy emerging over coming months, which will be supportive for the Kiwi dollar
13th Nov 17, 11:42am
13th Nov 17, 11:35am
Five-and-a-half years into New Zealand's comprehensive credit reporting regime two of the big five banks are yet to embrace it
Five-and-a-half years into New Zealand's comprehensive credit reporting regime two of the big five banks are yet to embrace it
13th Nov 17, 11:35am
13th Nov 17, 11:20am
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Roger J Kerr is surprised how relatively few New Zealand corporate borrowers have taken advantage of conducive conditions for bond issues
Roger J Kerr is surprised how relatively few New Zealand corporate borrowers have taken advantage of conducive conditions for bond issues
13th Nov 17, 11:20am
13th Nov 17, 10:51am
Australasia's big 4 banks deliver their lowest bad debt charge since they began reporting credit expenses in 1980
Australasia's big 4 banks deliver their lowest bad debt charge since they began reporting credit expenses in 1980
13th Nov 17, 10:51am
13th Nov 17, 10:36am
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BNZ launches programme to enable brokers to electronically lodge mortgage applications; Hopes move will improve industry standards
BNZ launches programme to enable brokers to electronically lodge mortgage applications; Hopes move will improve industry standards
13th Nov 17, 10:36am
13th Nov 17, 8:04am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, November 13, 2017
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, November 13, 2017
13th Nov 17, 8:04am
13th Nov 17, 7:55am
US rates follow EU rates higher, with UST10yr back at 2.40%. NZ bond markets settles. Eyes on US CPI.
US rates follow EU rates higher, with UST10yr back at 2.40%. NZ bond markets settles. Eyes on US CPI.
13th Nov 17, 7:55am
13th Nov 17, 7:23am
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US sentiment falls; China opens up financial industry, Singles Day hits stunning levels; China SOE banks hit limits early; Saputo to challenge Fonterra; UST 10yr yield at 2.40%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 69.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.5; bitcoin tumbles
US sentiment falls; China opens up financial industry, Singles Day hits stunning levels; China SOE banks hit limits early; Saputo to challenge Fonterra; UST 10yr yield at 2.40%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 69.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.5; bitcoin tumbles
13th Nov 17, 7:23am
12th Nov 17, 5:41pm
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We look at how New Zealand mortgage pricing compares with what Aussies pay for the same sort of loans. We find that competition is not working to get Kiwi's a better deal. The banks are getting the better deal in 2017
We look at how New Zealand mortgage pricing compares with what Aussies pay for the same sort of loans. We find that competition is not working to get Kiwi's a better deal. The banks are getting the better deal in 2017
12th Nov 17, 5:41pm
12th Nov 17, 8:21am
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Sam Warburton assesses the new Government's steps to start pricing road use through fuel taxes, congestion pricing. He hopes high-value safety projects will get priority
Sam Warburton assesses the new Government's steps to start pricing road use through fuel taxes, congestion pricing. He hopes high-value safety projects will get priority
12th Nov 17, 8:21am
11th Nov 17, 12:41pm
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Challenger bank adjusts its rate card lower, matching the market as new residential real estate transactions struggle to build to normal Spring volumes
Challenger bank adjusts its rate card lower, matching the market as new residential real estate transactions struggle to build to normal Spring volumes
11th Nov 17, 12:41pm
11th Nov 17, 11:54am
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Carpool campaigner Paul Minett explains why he thinks paying people to travel as passengers, instead of driving, could reduce Auckland's traffic congestion
Carpool campaigner Paul Minett explains why he thinks paying people to travel as passengers, instead of driving, could reduce Auckland's traffic congestion
11th Nov 17, 11:54am
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11th Nov 17, 8:53am
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After some bumpy negotiation, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been agreed by all eleven remaining participants. But some details remain to be sorted
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After some bumpy negotiation, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been agreed by all eleven remaining participants. But some details remain to be sorted
11th Nov 17, 8:53am
11th Nov 17, 8:21am
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NZ's 4 Australian owned banks dominate our banking industry and increased combined annual profit by $601 mln. Against this backdrop Gareth Vaughan outlines 3 steps to boost competition
NZ's 4 Australian owned banks dominate our banking industry and increased combined annual profit by $601 mln. Against this backdrop Gareth Vaughan outlines 3 steps to boost competition
11th Nov 17, 8:21am
10th Nov 17, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; small TD reductions, retail spending weak, SI hospitality strong; dairy prices soft, linkers dip, big new Māori fund, swaps stable, NZD soft
A review of things you need to know before you go home Friday; small TD reductions, retail spending weak, SI hospitality strong; dairy prices soft, linkers dip, big new Māori fund, swaps stable, NZD soft
10th Nov 17, 4:00pm
10th Nov 17, 2:16pm
September 2040 Government inflation-linked tender #619; weighted average accepted yield falls to 2.16%; coverage ratio up to 3.0x
September 2040 Government inflation-linked tender #619; weighted average accepted yield falls to 2.16%; coverage ratio up to 3.0x
10th Nov 17, 2:16pm

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