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13th May 19, 7:13am
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China holds off reacting to the US; US CPI at target; US Federal deficit leaps; Canada and Germany report good data; AU election promise for FHBs; UST 10yr 2.47%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
China holds off reacting to the US; US CPI at target; US Federal deficit leaps; Canada and Germany report good data; AU election promise for FHBs; UST 10yr 2.47%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
13th May 19, 7:13am
12th May 19, 6:31am
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RBNZ's OCR cut unlikely to have much effect on the housing market due to miserly mortgage rate cuts, but savers with term deposits are facing a kick in the guts
RBNZ's OCR cut unlikely to have much effect on the housing market due to miserly mortgage rate cuts, but savers with term deposits are facing a kick in the guts
12th May 19, 6:31am
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11th May 19, 3:09pm
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With headline mortgage rates from every bank for every fixed term now below 5% and most key rates below 4%, this is a very competitive home loan market. Cash incentives are also available as well
[Updated]
With headline mortgage rates from every bank for every fixed term now below 5% and most key rates below 4%, this is a very competitive home loan market. Cash incentives are also available as well
11th May 19, 3:09pm
11th May 19, 9:46am
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Business lobby group BusinessNZ is dismissive of the RBNZ's bank capital proposals yet NZ owned banks argue they would bolster their competitive position vs their big Aussie owned rivals. So why the disconnect?
Business lobby group BusinessNZ is dismissive of the RBNZ's bank capital proposals yet NZ owned banks argue they would bolster their competitive position vs their big Aussie owned rivals. So why the disconnect?
11th May 19, 9:46am
11th May 19, 9:31am
by Guest
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The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
11th May 19, 9:31am
11th May 19, 9:16am
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Westpac economists expect Reserve Bank to keep OCR on hold until 2022 and low mortgage rates to push up house prices
Westpac economists expect Reserve Bank to keep OCR on hold until 2022 and low mortgage rates to push up house prices
11th May 19, 9:16am
11th May 19, 8:46am
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China:US talks continue even after tariff increase; US CPI at 2%; US Federal budget deficit soars; Canada jobs growth strong; HSBC sees end to AU housing downturn; UST 10yr 2.46%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.7
China:US talks continue even after tariff increase; US CPI at 2%; US Federal budget deficit soars; Canada jobs growth strong; HSBC sees end to AU housing downturn; UST 10yr 2.46%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.7
11th May 19, 8:46am
10th May 19, 4:55pm
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New database designed by Treasury to provide business with information on major public projects
New database designed by Treasury to provide business with information on major public projects
10th May 19, 4:55pm
10th May 19, 4:05pm
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Guy Trafford reviews Canterbury land values, what the UN environmental report means for farmers, and changes at the top of Silver Fern Farms
Guy Trafford reviews Canterbury land values, what the UN environmental report means for farmers, and changes at the top of Silver Fern Farms
10th May 19, 4:05pm
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10th May 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; many small rate cuts, higher spending; eyes on tariff talks; RBA gets ready for cuts, swaps up, NZD firm, & more
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; many small rate cuts, higher spending; eyes on tariff talks; RBA gets ready for cuts, swaps up, NZD firm, & more
10th May 19, 3:59pm
10th May 19, 3:33pm
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Home loan rates continue to be cut, but somewhat surprisingly, there are a small handful of rises as well. The outliers stand out more
Home loan rates continue to be cut, but somewhat surprisingly, there are a small handful of rises as well. The outliers stand out more
10th May 19, 3:33pm
10th May 19, 10:20am
Kordia CEO Scott Bartlett to join ASB's board, bank's chairman talks up Bartlett's experience in cyber security with cyber risk 'one of the most significant threats' for banks
Kordia CEO Scott Bartlett to join ASB's board, bank's chairman talks up Bartlett's experience in cyber security with cyber risk 'one of the most significant threats' for banks
10th May 19, 10:20am
10th May 19, 10:00am
by Guest
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Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
10th May 19, 10:00am
10th May 19, 9:41am
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Sales were achieved on a third of the properties at the latest auctions but prices were weaker in Auckland
Sales were achieved on a third of the properties at the latest auctions but prices were weaker in Auckland
10th May 19, 9:41am
10th May 19, 9:24am
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Laybuy co-founder Gary Rohloff says buy now pay later providers shouldn't be scared of future government regulation and oversight
Laybuy co-founder Gary Rohloff says buy now pay later providers shouldn't be scared of future government regulation and oversight
10th May 19, 9:24am
10th May 19, 9:22am
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The RBNZ is forecasting that house price growth will pick up again - and this week's Official Cash Rate cut would seem likely to provide a further boost
The RBNZ is forecasting that house price growth will pick up again - and this week's Official Cash Rate cut would seem likely to provide a further boost
10th May 19, 9:22am
10th May 19, 9:07am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 10, 2019
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, May 10, 2019
10th May 19, 9:07am
10th May 19, 8:09am
Market nervous about US-China trade talks; equities and bond yields are lower but the USD is also under a little bit of pressure and shows broadly based losses; NZD recovering towards 0.66 and the AUD towards 0.70
Market nervous about US-China trade talks; equities and bond yields are lower but the USD is also under a little bit of pressure and shows broadly based losses; NZD recovering towards 0.66 and the AUD towards 0.70
10th May 19, 8:09am
10th May 19, 7:43am
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US trade deficit widens; China CPI rises, China new loan growth slows; global food prices rise; two EU banks in trouble; key bond curve inverts; UST 10yr 2.46%; oil softer and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
US trade deficit widens; China CPI rises, China new loan growth slows; global food prices rise; two EU banks in trouble; key bond curve inverts; UST 10yr 2.46%; oil softer and gold up; NZ$1 = 66 USc; TWI-5 = 70.6
10th May 19, 7:43am
9th May 19, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many rate changes, big northern pour, truck activity analysed, inflation softens, big infrastructure needs, swaps firm, NZD stable, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; many rate changes, big northern pour, truck activity analysed, inflation softens, big infrastructure needs, swaps firm, NZD stable, & more
9th May 19, 3:59pm

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