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29th Apr 16, 8:43am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, April 29, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, April 29, 2016
29th Apr 16, 8:43am
29th Apr 16, 8:30am
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NZD/USD peaks near 70c, Yen up 3.1% against USD; lower NZD is desirable to boost tradeables inflation and assist the tradeables; “doing nothing” is equivalent to a de-factor tightening of policy
NZD/USD peaks near 70c, Yen up 3.1% against USD; lower NZD is desirable to boost tradeables inflation and assist the tradeables; “doing nothing” is equivalent to a de-factor tightening of policy
29th Apr 16, 8:30am
29th Apr 16, 8:23am
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The Reserve Bank's decision not to cut interest rates looked like a central bank trying to buy more time while decisions are made on the housing market, David Hargreaves believes
The Reserve Bank's decision not to cut interest rates looked like a central bank trying to buy more time while decisions are made on the housing market, David Hargreaves believes
29th Apr 16, 8:23am
29th Apr 16, 8:15am
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EY Law's Rebecca Sellers says plenty of work is going on to test NZ’s financial services regulation is meeting international best practice, but she warns technological advances can make laws quickly redundant
EY Law's Rebecca Sellers says plenty of work is going on to test NZ’s financial services regulation is meeting international best practice, but she warns technological advances can make laws quickly redundant
29th Apr 16, 8:15am
29th Apr 16, 8:06am
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Economic growth in US brakes; US home ownership near rock bottom; BoJ interest rate hold surprises; China cracks down on foreign NGOs; UST 10yr yield 1.86%; oil and gold up again; NZ$1 = 69.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.5
Economic growth in US brakes; US home ownership near rock bottom; BoJ interest rate hold surprises; China cracks down on foreign NGOs; UST 10yr yield 1.86%; oil and gold up again; NZ$1 = 69.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.5
29th Apr 16, 8:06am
29th Apr 16, 7:25am
NZ yield curve flattened considerably with an RBNZ induced up bias at the short end, and a global down bias at the long end
NZ yield curve flattened considerably with an RBNZ induced up bias at the short end, and a global down bias at the long end
29th Apr 16, 7:25am
28th Apr 16, 8:08pm
RBNZ outlines details of the IMF's Financial Sector Assessment Programme for New Zealand starting later this year
RBNZ outlines details of the IMF's Financial Sector Assessment Programme for New Zealand starting later this year
28th Apr 16, 8:08pm
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28th Apr 16, 7:21pm
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Documents show John Key's personal lawyer successfully lobbied him and Revenue Minister Todd McClay to stop IRD review of Foreign Trust regime, despite IRD concerns Foreign Trusts may hurt NZ's reputation
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Documents show John Key's personal lawyer successfully lobbied him and Revenue Minister Todd McClay to stop IRD review of Foreign Trust regime, despite IRD concerns Foreign Trusts may hurt NZ's reputation
28th Apr 16, 7:21pm
28th Apr 16, 4:59pm
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Cross-border trade agreement means more investment choices for New Zealanders
Cross-border trade agreement means more investment choices for New Zealanders
28th Apr 16, 4:59pm
28th Apr 16, 4:55pm
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Some KiwiSaver investors have now doubled their money after tax and fees; lack of NZ shares and alternative investments are hurting some funds
Some KiwiSaver investors have now doubled their money after tax and fees; lack of NZ shares and alternative investments are hurting some funds
28th Apr 16, 4:55pm
28th Apr 16, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; car loan rate falls, central banks hold pat, record average housing loan, Murray Goulburn on the ropes, swap rates and NZD rise
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; car loan rate falls, central banks hold pat, record average housing loan, Murray Goulburn on the ropes, swap rates and NZD rise
28th Apr 16, 3:59pm
28th Apr 16, 2:46pm
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Barfoot & Thompson says the biggest rent increases are occurring on Auckland's northern and southern fringes
Barfoot & Thompson says the biggest rent increases are occurring on Auckland's northern and southern fringes
28th Apr 16, 2:46pm
28th Apr 16, 2:21pm
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In a world increasingly sceptical about trade agreements and more focused on short term patch-protection, it will be our food safety systems that will keep access open for our food exports
In a world increasingly sceptical about trade agreements and more focused on short term patch-protection, it will be our food safety systems that will keep access open for our food exports
28th Apr 16, 2:21pm
28th Apr 16, 1:33pm
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A look at how a court judgement, making landlords responsible for damage their tenants accidentally cause to their properties, affects you
A look at how a court judgement, making landlords responsible for damage their tenants accidentally cause to their properties, affects you
28th Apr 16, 1:33pm
28th Apr 16, 9:54am
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A land tax just for foreigners? Come on John, you’re better than this says Gareth Morgan. It won't solve the core problem
A land tax just for foreigners? Come on John, you’re better than this says Gareth Morgan. It won't solve the core problem
28th Apr 16, 9:54am
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28th Apr 16, 9:20am
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RBNZ holds OCR at 2.25%; says further easing may be required; notes revival of house price inflation in Auckland; wants lower currency; but NZ$ jumps almost 1 USc to 69.2 USc after decision
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RBNZ holds OCR at 2.25%; says further easing may be required; notes revival of house price inflation in Auckland; wants lower currency; but NZ$ jumps almost 1 USc to 69.2 USc after decision
28th Apr 16, 9:20am
28th Apr 16, 9:03am
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Here is today's statement from the Reserve Bank
Here is today's statement from the Reserve Bank
28th Apr 16, 9:03am
28th Apr 16, 8:19am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, April 28, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, April 28, 2016
28th Apr 16, 8:19am
28th Apr 16, 8:07am
Australian CPI sparks currency market volatility, door opended for RBA to cut rates; NZD/AUD blasts through 90c; Fed sees improvement in labour market but little reaction to announcement overall
Australian CPI sparks currency market volatility, door opended for RBA to cut rates; NZD/AUD blasts through 90c; Fed sees improvement in labour market but little reaction to announcement overall
28th Apr 16, 8:07am
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28th Apr 16, 7:58am
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Heated property market and dairy downturn bolster banks' bottom lines as their interest rate margins fall, according to KPMG's quarterly FIPS report
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Heated property market and dairy downturn bolster banks' bottom lines as their interest rate margins fall, according to KPMG's quarterly FIPS report
28th Apr 16, 7:58am

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