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12th Jan 16, 8:18am
WTI oil price down 6%, now sitting at December 2008 levels; Chinese officials want Yuan to stabilise; NZD/USD finds support in mid 65c level
WTI oil price down 6%, now sitting at December 2008 levels; Chinese officials want Yuan to stabilise; NZD/USD finds support in mid 65c level
12th Jan 16, 8:18am
12th Jan 16, 8:14am
Curves flatten to near bottom end of expected 2016 range. Markets see fewer Fed hikes
Curves flatten to near bottom end of expected 2016 range. Markets see fewer Fed hikes
12th Jan 16, 8:14am
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12th Jan 16, 7:34am
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Oil price slumps on China share falls; air freight volumes rising; NZ winner in TPP; US Fed pays huge dividend; UST 10yr yield 2.18%; oil and gold fall; NZ$1 = 65.5 US¢, TWI-5 = 71
[Updated]
Oil price slumps on China share falls; air freight volumes rising; NZ winner in TPP; US Fed pays huge dividend; UST 10yr yield 2.18%; oil and gold fall; NZ$1 = 65.5 US¢, TWI-5 = 71
12th Jan 16, 7:34am
11th Jan 16, 4:02pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Retirement villages boost building consents, renters increase as home owners decline, car sales strong & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; Retirement villages boost building consents, renters increase as home owners decline, car sales strong & more
11th Jan 16, 4:02pm
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11th Jan 16, 11:10am
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Building consents up strongly in November but still falling short of demand in Auckland
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Building consents up strongly in November but still falling short of demand in Auckland
11th Jan 16, 11:10am
11th Jan 16, 8:47am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, January 11, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, January 11, 2016
11th Jan 16, 8:47am
11th Jan 16, 8:20am
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Strong US jobs data doesn't beat market risk aversion. NZD falling on evaporating confidence in China's market and policy trends
Strong US jobs data doesn't beat market risk aversion. NZD falling on evaporating confidence in China's market and policy trends
11th Jan 16, 8:20am
11th Jan 16, 8:13am
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Influences on NZ rates tugged between US and China data, linked by the Fed's rate hike plans. NZ rate curves steepen
Influences on NZ rates tugged between US and China data, linked by the Fed's rate hike plans. NZ rate curves steepen
11th Jan 16, 8:13am
11th Jan 16, 7:13am
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US non-farm payrolls rise almost +300,000; US inventories fall; SEC faults credit raters; China CPI rises; UST 10yr yield 2.12%; oil and gold fall; NZ$1 = 65.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.9
US non-farm payrolls rise almost +300,000; US inventories fall; SEC faults credit raters; China CPI rises; UST 10yr yield 2.12%; oil and gold fall; NZ$1 = 65.4 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.9
11th Jan 16, 7:13am
10th Jan 16, 11:37am
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Australian shift on GMOs raises questions for NZ Green Party says Federated Farmers
Australian shift on GMOs raises questions for NZ Green Party says Federated Farmers
10th Jan 16, 11:37am
9th Jan 16, 10:17am
by Guest
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Carol Cheng says the current volatility in China's stock markets is not a reason put aside expanding into China. But the right strategy and local knowledge are even more important now
Carol Cheng says the current volatility in China's stock markets is not a reason put aside expanding into China. But the right strategy and local knowledge are even more important now
9th Jan 16, 10:17am
8th Jan 16, 3:13pm
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China sees its foreign currency reserves decline at a faster rate, struggles to contain capital flight
China sees its foreign currency reserves decline at a faster rate, struggles to contain capital flight
8th Jan 16, 3:13pm
8th Jan 16, 10:22am
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Holiday period sees a number of mortgage rate changes by many banks as wholesale markets rise and economic conditions get murky
Holiday period sees a number of mortgage rate changes by many banks as wholesale markets rise and economic conditions get murky
8th Jan 16, 10:22am
8th Jan 16, 9:06am
China market shenanigans repeat, with echos worldwide. The AUD the 'worst performer'. Risks for the NZD are to the downside
China market shenanigans repeat, with echos worldwide. The AUD the 'worst performer'. Risks for the NZD are to the downside
8th Jan 16, 9:06am
8th Jan 16, 8:58am
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NZ and global interest rates extend their slow soft slide with NZ rates leading the way
NZ and global interest rates extend their slow soft slide with NZ rates leading the way
8th Jan 16, 8:58am
8th Jan 16, 8:35am
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China gives up stock market fall limits; World Bank raises growth forecasts; Brazil in trouble too; Aussie trade dives; UST 10yr yield 2.19%; gold up again; oil down again; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI-5 = 72
China gives up stock market fall limits; World Bank raises growth forecasts; Brazil in trouble too; Aussie trade dives; UST 10yr yield 2.19%; gold up again; oil down again; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI-5 = 72
8th Jan 16, 8:35am
7th Jan 16, 4:08pm
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China's stock markets shuttered again following fast slump; Aussie building approvals tumble; oil falls to US$33/bbl; gold jumps to US$1,100/oz; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI = 72.1
China's stock markets shuttered again following fast slump; Aussie building approvals tumble; oil falls to US$33/bbl; gold jumps to US$1,100/oz; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI = 72.1
7th Jan 16, 4:08pm
7th Jan 16, 3:34pm
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Despite lower volumes offered on auction platform, more products sold at premium prices direct to customers
Despite lower volumes offered on auction platform, more products sold at premium prices direct to customers
7th Jan 16, 3:34pm
7th Jan 16, 1:55pm
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Elizabeth Kerr tries her hand at the sensible, frugal and weird savings tips sent to her by you
Elizabeth Kerr tries her hand at the sensible, frugal and weird savings tips sent to her by you
7th Jan 16, 1:55pm
7th Jan 16, 12:06pm
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David Chaston looks at our addiction to consumer debt, notices how hard it is to shake, wonders if we need a debt tax to change behaviour
David Chaston looks at our addiction to consumer debt, notices how hard it is to shake, wonders if we need a debt tax to change behaviour
7th Jan 16, 12:06pm

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