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30th Jun 17, 8:14am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 30, 2017
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 30, 2017
30th Jun 17, 8:14am
30th Jun 17, 8:02am
Less dovish comments from central banks are driving a global bond and equity sell-off, which is being led by Europe; NZD the worst performing currency, along with a soft USD, in a risk-off environment
Less dovish comments from central banks are driving a global bond and equity sell-off, which is being led by Europe; NZD the worst performing currency, along with a soft USD, in a risk-off environment
30th Jun 17, 8:02am
30th Jun 17, 7:30am
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US debit limit problems; US growth clouds; China owes the world US$4.8 tln; EU sentiment improves; Aussie power bill shock due; UST 10yr yield jumps to 2.27%; oil unchanged, gold lower; NZ$1 = 72.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.6
US debit limit problems; US growth clouds; China owes the world US$4.8 tln; EU sentiment improves; Aussie power bill shock due; UST 10yr yield jumps to 2.27%; oil unchanged, gold lower; NZ$1 = 72.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 76.6
30th Jun 17, 7:30am
29th Jun 17, 4:27pm
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Reserve Bank unhappy with insurance companies' overall level of compliance with disclosure rules - warns that they need to raise their game
Reserve Bank unhappy with insurance companies' overall level of compliance with disclosure rules - warns that they need to raise their game
29th Jun 17, 4:27pm
29th Jun 17, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; ANZ business outlook survey; the value of sunshine; insurer compliance; IMF on LVR; Australian household wealth; rates and NZD up
A review of things you need to know before you go home Thursday; ANZ business outlook survey; the value of sunshine; insurer compliance; IMF on LVR; Australian household wealth; rates and NZD up
29th Jun 17, 3:59pm
29th Jun 17, 3:37pm
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Fairfax Financial Holdings leaves Aussie insurer to bid for an even larger share of the New Zealand insurance market
Fairfax Financial Holdings leaves Aussie insurer to bid for an even larger share of the New Zealand insurance market
29th Jun 17, 3:37pm
29th Jun 17, 3:29pm
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Research by Auckland's leading real estate firm reveals big shift in living preferences for those renting accommodation
Research by Auckland's leading real estate firm reveals big shift in living preferences for those renting accommodation
29th Jun 17, 3:29pm
29th Jun 17, 2:10pm
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ANZ economists see repetition of the mid-2000s period when Auckland's house market under-performed the rest of the country
ANZ economists see repetition of the mid-2000s period when Auckland's house market under-performed the rest of the country
29th Jun 17, 2:10pm
29th Jun 17, 12:55pm
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Labour promises minimum wage boost, aims to link it to two-thirds of average wage; Reveals employment relations proposals; Little says working people’s slice of the economy has shrunk under National
Labour promises minimum wage boost, aims to link it to two-thirds of average wage; Reveals employment relations proposals; Little says working people’s slice of the economy has shrunk under National
29th Jun 17, 12:55pm
29th Jun 17, 11:32am
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IMF's Global Housing Watch report points out benefits of LVR mortgage restrictions, but says borrowers in this country are still exposed to debt servicing risks
IMF's Global Housing Watch report points out benefits of LVR mortgage restrictions, but says borrowers in this country are still exposed to debt servicing risks
29th Jun 17, 11:32am
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29th Jun 17, 11:10am
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Government releases standard confirming how much P there needs to be in a property for it to be considered contaminated, and how you need to get rid of it
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Government releases standard confirming how much P there needs to be in a property for it to be considered contaminated, and how you need to get rid of it
29th Jun 17, 11:10am
29th Jun 17, 8:20am
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Cadbury, DLA Piper and Maersk among those affected by cyber attack; BoC and BoE talk up rate hikes; Italian bank bailout sparks waves; US home sales disappoint; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; oil up, gold stable, iron ore up; NZ$1 = 73.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.0
Cadbury, DLA Piper and Maersk among those affected by cyber attack; BoC and BoE talk up rate hikes; Italian bank bailout sparks waves; US home sales disappoint; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; oil up, gold stable, iron ore up; NZ$1 = 73.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 77.0
29th Jun 17, 8:20am
29th Jun 17, 8:16am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, June 29, 2017
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, June 29, 2017
29th Jun 17, 8:16am
29th Jun 17, 7:57am
German bonds trade in a wide range as markets decipher ECB policy; US Treasuries followed gyrations in German rates; local rates were up following previous day's offshore move
German bonds trade in a wide range as markets decipher ECB policy; US Treasuries followed gyrations in German rates; local rates were up following previous day's offshore move
29th Jun 17, 7:57am
29th Jun 17, 7:49am
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Central bankers outling a more positive tone and signalling removal of monetary accommodation, supported the CAD, EUR and GBP; NZD still trading around 0.7300 USD; AUD remains supported by commodity prices
Central bankers outling a more positive tone and signalling removal of monetary accommodation, supported the CAD, EUR and GBP; NZD still trading around 0.7300 USD; AUD remains supported by commodity prices
29th Jun 17, 7:49am
28th Jun 17, 3:58pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; property investors pull back; insulation grants extended; fewer farmers feel stressed; Australian broadcasters soar; Petya strikes; rates up; NZD lower
A review of things you need to know before you go home Wednesday; property investors pull back; insulation grants extended; fewer farmers feel stressed; Australian broadcasters soar; Petya strikes; rates up; NZD lower
28th Jun 17, 3:58pm
28th Jun 17, 1:07pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Environmental plans may hinder future dairy expansion as managers look for other ways to increase production
The Weekly Dairy Report: Environmental plans may hinder future dairy expansion as managers look for other ways to increase production
28th Jun 17, 1:07pm
28th Jun 17, 12:48pm
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Tax cuts. Good, because the individual knows better? Or bad, because it means less available for central government services for all?
Tax cuts. Good, because the individual knows better? Or bad, because it means less available for central government services for all?
28th Jun 17, 12:48pm
28th Jun 17, 11:41am
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New Reserve Bank figures show the amount borrowed by investors for house purchases in May dropped by $1 billion compared with the same month a year ago
New Reserve Bank figures show the amount borrowed by investors for house purchases in May dropped by $1 billion compared with the same month a year ago
28th Jun 17, 11:41am
28th Jun 17, 8:38am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 28, 2017
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, June 28, 2017
28th Jun 17, 8:38am

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