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29th Jan 16, 1:57pm
Bank lobby group names Karen Scott-Howman as new CEO succeeding Kirk Hope
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Bank lobby group names Karen Scott-Howman as new CEO succeeding Kirk Hope
29th Jan 16, 1:57pm
29th Jan 16, 12:32pm
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Bernard's Top 10: The losers are revolting; China's capital flight; The big invoicing scam; China's impossible trinity vs US$3 trln of reserves; The winner-takes-all economy; How Robots will drive interest rates lower; Clarke and Dawe
Bernard's Top 10: The losers are revolting; China's capital flight; The big invoicing scam; China's impossible trinity vs US$3 trln of reserves; The winner-takes-all economy; How Robots will drive interest rates lower; Clarke and Dawe
29th Jan 16, 12:32pm
29th Jan 16, 12:11pm
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Bayleys has 71% clearance rate at first auctions of 2016
Bayleys has 71% clearance rate at first auctions of 2016
29th Jan 16, 12:11pm
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29th Jan 16, 11:16am
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Building consent numbers rising but still well short of what's needed to ease Auckland's housing shortage
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Building consent numbers rising but still well short of what's needed to ease Auckland's housing shortage
29th Jan 16, 11:16am
29th Jan 16, 9:44am
Gareth Vaughan suggests ANZ's Asia-Pacific Kaumātua David Hisco will need to keep a close eye on home pastures too
Gareth Vaughan suggests ANZ's Asia-Pacific Kaumātua David Hisco will need to keep a close eye on home pastures too
29th Jan 16, 9:44am
29th Jan 16, 8:18am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, January 29, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, January 29, 2016
29th Jan 16, 8:18am
29th Jan 16, 8:06am
'Well-crafted' RBNZ statement sets the right tone, conveying a level of uncertainty that markets absorbed with respect
'Well-crafted' RBNZ statement sets the right tone, conveying a level of uncertainty that markets absorbed with respect
29th Jan 16, 8:06am
29th Jan 16, 8:05am
US durable goods orders and pending home sales were weak; Euro-area confidence indicators underwhelmed; dovish tone to part of RBNZ's statement; Fonterra forecast milk price slashed again
US durable goods orders and pending home sales were weak; Euro-area confidence indicators underwhelmed; dovish tone to part of RBNZ's statement; Fonterra forecast milk price slashed again
29th Jan 16, 8:05am
29th Jan 16, 7:36am
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US durable goods fall; South Africa hikes rates; HSBC blocks lending to some Chinese; China makes second huge liquidity injection; UST 10yr 2.02%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 64.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.1
US durable goods fall; South Africa hikes rates; HSBC blocks lending to some Chinese; China makes second huge liquidity injection; UST 10yr 2.02%; oil up, gold down; NZ$1 = 64.8 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.1
29th Jan 16, 7:36am
29th Jan 16, 5:19am
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The Chinese Year of the Monkey will not favour all New Zealand regions equally. David Kennedy sets out who will gain and who will miss out
The Chinese Year of the Monkey will not favour all New Zealand regions equally. David Kennedy sets out who will gain and who will miss out
29th Jan 16, 5:19am
29th Jan 16, 5:03am
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Gareth Morgan says what China does with its surplus needs to change fast if it’s to stop fuelling capital flight
Gareth Morgan says what China does with its surplus needs to change fast if it’s to stop fuelling capital flight
29th Jan 16, 5:03am
28th Jan 16, 4:07pm
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Tighter borrowing rules don't seem to be stopping investors finding a way to buy houses
Tighter borrowing rules don't seem to be stopping investors finding a way to buy houses
28th Jan 16, 4:07pm
28th Jan 16, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Fonterra cuts payout, Wheeler talks up 'easing', smaller trade deficit, higher loan approvals, more investor loans, swap rates and NZD fall
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; Fonterra cuts payout, Wheeler talks up 'easing', smaller trade deficit, higher loan approvals, more investor loans, swap rates and NZD fall
28th Jan 16, 3:59pm
28th Jan 16, 2:58pm
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David Hargreaves thinks if the RBNZ is indeed forced into cutting interest rates it will seek some trade-offs
David Hargreaves thinks if the RBNZ is indeed forced into cutting interest rates it will seek some trade-offs
28th Jan 16, 2:58pm
28th Jan 16, 11:07am
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Barfoots sells three out of seven under the hammer at first auction of the year
Barfoots sells three out of seven under the hammer at first auction of the year
28th Jan 16, 11:07am
28th Jan 16, 9:50am
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Fitch sees headwinds for NZ banking sector as it lowers outlook on NZ ratings, but sees AA sovereign rating as 'very much still supported'
Fitch sees headwinds for NZ banking sector as it lowers outlook on NZ ratings, but sees AA sovereign rating as 'very much still supported'
28th Jan 16, 9:50am
28th Jan 16, 9:47am
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Yu Yongding proposes an alternative to the PBoC's costly strategy of propping up their exchange rate
Yu Yongding proposes an alternative to the PBoC's costly strategy of propping up their exchange rate
28th Jan 16, 9:47am
28th Jan 16, 9:04am
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Fonterra concedes that a reduction in the forecast milk price payout this year will be 'very tough' on its farmers
Fonterra concedes that a reduction in the forecast milk price payout this year will be 'very tough' on its farmers
28th Jan 16, 9:04am
28th Jan 16, 9:03am
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RBNZ holds OCR at 2.5% as expected; says “some further easing may be required” as headline inflation track is now lower than forecast in Dec; says Auckland still a financial stability risk
RBNZ holds OCR at 2.5% as expected; says “some further easing may be required” as headline inflation track is now lower than forecast in Dec; says Auckland still a financial stability risk
28th Jan 16, 9:03am
28th Jan 16, 8:43am
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Allan Barber notes the market fundamentals for sheepmeat are very fragile and unlikely to improve in the short term; there are even question marks over the long term
Allan Barber notes the market fundamentals for sheepmeat are very fragile and unlikely to improve in the short term; there are even question marks over the long term
28th Jan 16, 8:43am

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