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7th Feb 17, 8:08am
NZDUSD still trading at the 0.73 mark; USD recovers losses resulting from Friday's jobs report; EUR lower as French Presidential candidate pledges to take France out of the euro-area; AUD sees selling pressure after weak retail sales figures
NZDUSD still trading at the 0.73 mark; USD recovers losses resulting from Friday's jobs report; EUR lower as French Presidential candidate pledges to take France out of the euro-area; AUD sees selling pressure after weak retail sales figures
7th Feb 17, 8:08am
7th Feb 17, 7:55am
European political risk rising. US benchmark rates falling. Eyes on next GDT auction, then on RBNZ's MPS
European political risk rising. US benchmark rates falling. Eyes on next GDT auction, then on RBNZ's MPS
7th Feb 17, 7:55am
7th Feb 17, 7:32am
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US jobs growth strong; Fed bond strategy to hit mortgages; China cancels deals at record rate, capital flight 'dangerous'; Aussie ombudsman criticises banks; UST 10yr yield at 2.42%; oil down, gold up; NZ$1 = 73 US¢, TWI-5 = 78.3
US jobs growth strong; Fed bond strategy to hit mortgages; China cancels deals at record rate, capital flight 'dangerous'; Aussie ombudsman criticises banks; UST 10yr yield at 2.42%; oil down, gold up; NZ$1 = 73 US¢, TWI-5 = 78.3
7th Feb 17, 7:32am
6th Feb 17, 8:19pm
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As technology continues to upend established business models, Clayton Coplestone questions how index investors will fare during the era of disruption
As technology continues to upend established business models, Clayton Coplestone questions how index investors will fare during the era of disruption
6th Feb 17, 8:19pm
6th Feb 17, 11:23am
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We review the December quarter global gold demand and supply data, noting how India's demonetisation policy shows up flaws in the 'gold is money' claim
We review the December quarter global gold demand and supply data, noting how India's demonetisation policy shows up flaws in the 'gold is money' claim
6th Feb 17, 11:23am
6th Feb 17, 7:38am
RBNZ says banks can afford to pay $550 million to implement its revised outsourcing policy; Says banks' own cost estimates are overblown
RBNZ says banks can afford to pay $550 million to implement its revised outsourcing policy; Says banks' own cost estimates are overblown
6th Feb 17, 7:38am
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6th Feb 17, 7:37am
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A court document reveals Tower has $6 million at stake in its legal battle with EQC over land damage; Question marks remain over why there are still $51 million of EQC recoveries in dispute
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A court document reveals Tower has $6 million at stake in its legal battle with EQC over land damage; Question marks remain over why there are still $51 million of EQC recoveries in dispute
6th Feb 17, 7:37am
5th Feb 17, 7:45am
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Amy Duncan on getting the most from our ageing workforce, why we won't lose our jobs to robots anytime soon, the workplace collaboration vs competition debate and more
Amy Duncan on getting the most from our ageing workforce, why we won't lose our jobs to robots anytime soon, the workplace collaboration vs competition debate and more
5th Feb 17, 7:45am
4th Feb 17, 10:53pm
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Should we care? With a new unpredictable American Administration, allies of the US are being tested. Where does New Zealand rank? Can we use that to our advantage?
Should we care? With a new unpredictable American Administration, allies of the US are being tested. Where does New Zealand rank? Can we use that to our advantage?
4th Feb 17, 10:53pm
4th Feb 17, 11:11am
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Infometrics' Gareth Kiernan sees rising mortgage interest rates along with political uncertainty to "derail New Zealand's growth train"
Infometrics' Gareth Kiernan sees rising mortgage interest rates along with political uncertainty to "derail New Zealand's growth train"
4th Feb 17, 11:11am
4th Feb 17, 9:53am
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The State-owned bank is the latest in a steady stream of banks who are raising fixed mortgage rates. But the rises are not based on rising wholesale rates
The State-owned bank is the latest in a steady stream of banks who are raising fixed mortgage rates. But the rises are not based on rising wholesale rates
4th Feb 17, 9:53am
4th Feb 17, 9:11am
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Harcourts auction rooms are starting to stir after the Christmas/New Year hibernation: Results from Auckland, Hawkes Bay, Christchurch and Queenstown/Lakes
Harcourts auction rooms are starting to stir after the Christmas/New Year hibernation: Results from Auckland, Hawkes Bay, Christchurch and Queenstown/Lakes
4th Feb 17, 9:11am
4th Feb 17, 8:56am
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John Ballingall shows that the new US President fails to understand basic economics and that it will be many of his core supporters who pay the cost of such an elementary policy mistake
John Ballingall shows that the new US President fails to understand basic economics and that it will be many of his core supporters who pay the cost of such an elementary policy mistake
4th Feb 17, 8:56am
4th Feb 17, 7:51am
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David Cay Johnston says Donald Trump's plans to hit Mexico with a 20% tariff to pay for a border wall makes no economic sense & Americans will pay
David Cay Johnston says Donald Trump's plans to hit Mexico with a 20% tariff to pay for a border wall makes no economic sense & Americans will pay
4th Feb 17, 7:51am
3rd Feb 17, 3:54pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; rate rises, new mortgage lender, Akl house sales slump, commodity prices hold, record car sales, Northland drought, swaps stable, NZD holds
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; rate rises, new mortgage lender, Akl house sales slump, commodity prices hold, record car sales, Northland drought, swaps stable, NZD holds
3rd Feb 17, 3:54pm
3rd Feb 17, 2:52pm
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Medium scale drought in Northland declared
Medium scale drought in Northland declared
3rd Feb 17, 2:52pm
3rd Feb 17, 12:07pm
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Heartland targeting residential mortgage borrowers who want speed & certainty, not the best rate, in new online home loan offer
Heartland targeting residential mortgage borrowers who want speed & certainty, not the best rate, in new online home loan offer
3rd Feb 17, 12:07pm
3rd Feb 17, 10:36am
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Barfoot & Thompson's January sales volumes down 30% compared to last year, prices flat
Barfoot & Thompson's January sales volumes down 30% compared to last year, prices flat
3rd Feb 17, 10:36am
3rd Feb 17, 8:33am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, February 3, 2017
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, February 3, 2017
3rd Feb 17, 8:33am
3rd Feb 17, 8:16am
NZD at 0.7300 after trading in a 1% range, volatility stemmed from FOMC announcement and concerns over cattle TB outbreak; USD down 0.5% post-FOMC and reports of Trump's phone call with Australian PM; GBP down 0.9% against weak USD
NZD at 0.7300 after trading in a 1% range, volatility stemmed from FOMC announcement and concerns over cattle TB outbreak; USD down 0.5% post-FOMC and reports of Trump's phone call with Australian PM; GBP down 0.9% against weak USD
3rd Feb 17, 8:16am

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