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21st Jan 16, 8:01am
Excess supply main driver behind continued weakness in oil price; carnage across equity markets on open; AUD & NZD out of favour as market moves to risk off mode
Excess supply main driver behind continued weakness in oil price; carnage across equity markets on open; AUD & NZD out of favour as market moves to risk off mode
21st Jan 16, 8:01am
21st Jan 16, 7:25am
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Oil slumps further, stocks follow; US housing, CPI both flat, real wages rise; China strangles outbound money flows; UST 10yr 1.97%; gold up; NZ$1 = 63.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 69.6
Oil slumps further, stocks follow; US housing, CPI both flat, real wages rise; China strangles outbound money flows; UST 10yr 1.97%; gold up; NZ$1 = 63.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 69.6
21st Jan 16, 7:25am
21st Jan 16, 5:02am
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Alan Shields on why 18 to 34 year-olds & digital engagement are so important to banks
Alan Shields on why 18 to 34 year-olds & digital engagement are so important to banks
21st Jan 16, 5:02am
20th Jan 16, 4:02pm
Around 1,000 staff from the country's big five banks set to return to Christchurch CBD over next 18 months or so
Around 1,000 staff from the country's big five banks set to return to Christchurch CBD over next 18 months or so
20th Jan 16, 4:02pm
20th Jan 16, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; mortgage rates sink, no inflation, low dairy prices, more aid, huge capital gain, swap rates dive, NZD falls
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; mortgage rates sink, no inflation, low dairy prices, more aid, huge capital gain, swap rates dive, NZD falls
20th Jan 16, 4:00pm
20th Jan 16, 2:19pm
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David Hargreaves thinks the RBNZ's going to take more convincing yet of the need for further Official Cash Rate reductions
David Hargreaves thinks the RBNZ's going to take more convincing yet of the need for further Official Cash Rate reductions
20th Jan 16, 2:19pm
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20th Jan 16, 11:31am
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Housing sales dived in Auckland last month but were setting records in the rest of the country - REINZ
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Housing sales dived in Auckland last month but were setting records in the rest of the country - REINZ
20th Jan 16, 11:31am
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20th Jan 16, 10:48am
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Statistics NZ reports CPI fell 0.5% in qtr and rose 0.1% from year ago; lower than forecasts; food and petrol price falls main drivers; housing costs up 2.5%; Auckland rents up 3.3%
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Statistics NZ reports CPI fell 0.5% in qtr and rose 0.1% from year ago; lower than forecasts; food and petrol price falls main drivers; housing costs up 2.5%; Auckland rents up 3.3%
20th Jan 16, 10:48am
20th Jan 16, 10:15am
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Bernard's Top 10 at 10: The story behind 'The Big Short'; Why China's credit-fueled boom is not working; How China's capital could exit US$50,000 at a time; The 'big switch' in China is not working; Maybe the Luddites were right this time; Clarke and Dawe
Bernard's Top 10 at 10: The story behind 'The Big Short'; Why China's credit-fueled boom is not working; How China's capital could exit US$50,000 at a time; The 'big switch' in China is not working; Maybe the Luddites were right this time; Clarke and Dawe
20th Jan 16, 10:15am
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20th Jan 16, 9:44am
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Shanghai Pengxin's dairy farming group breaches terms of ANZ loan, posts $9.4 mln annual loss
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Shanghai Pengxin's dairy farming group breaches terms of ANZ loan, posts $9.4 mln annual loss
20th Jan 16, 9:44am
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20th Jan 16, 8:43am
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Both SBS Bank and Westpac make more mortgage rate changes just days after earlier reviews. Narrow rate ranges raise pricing pressure
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Both SBS Bank and Westpac make more mortgage rate changes just days after earlier reviews. Narrow rate ranges raise pricing pressure
20th Jan 16, 8:43am
20th Jan 16, 8:43am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, January 20, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, January 20, 2016
20th Jan 16, 8:43am
20th Jan 16, 8:23am
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NZ swap market continues to see preference for receiving fixed rates; falls in oil price and sluggish global growth will mean central banks will undershoot inflation expectations
NZ swap market continues to see preference for receiving fixed rates; falls in oil price and sluggish global growth will mean central banks will undershoot inflation expectations
20th Jan 16, 8:23am
20th Jan 16, 8:19am
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Economists slash forecasts for returns to farmers after another drop in global dairy prices overnight
Economists slash forecasts for returns to farmers after another drop in global dairy prices overnight
20th Jan 16, 8:19am
20th Jan 16, 8:14am
China's GDP a smidge below forecasts but traders wanted excuse to sell assets; improved mood overnight has NZD, equities and commodities up; Fonterra auction better than expected
China's GDP a smidge below forecasts but traders wanted excuse to sell assets; improved mood overnight has NZD, equities and commodities up; Fonterra auction better than expected
20th Jan 16, 8:14am
20th Jan 16, 7:33am
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Dairy prices hold; IMF trims world growth guess; China slows; Germans less optimistic; Oil jump; UST 10yr yield 2.05%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.6
Dairy prices hold; IMF trims world growth guess; China slows; Germans less optimistic; Oil jump; UST 10yr yield 2.05%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 64.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.6
20th Jan 16, 7:33am
20th Jan 16, 5:01am
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Is peer-to-peer lender Harmoney facing growing pains, or is something more serious going on?
Is peer-to-peer lender Harmoney facing growing pains, or is something more serious going on?
20th Jan 16, 5:01am
20th Jan 16, 5:01am
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Gareth Vaughan argues the RBNZ has inadvertently made a case for deposit insurance as disclosure statements don't cut the mustard for the average depositor
Gareth Vaughan argues the RBNZ has inadvertently made a case for deposit insurance as disclosure statements don't cut the mustard for the average depositor
20th Jan 16, 5:01am
19th Jan 16, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; NZCU Baywide cuts TD rates, dairy futures sink, China growth sags, QSBO rises, tourism strong, swaps lower, NZD lower
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; NZCU Baywide cuts TD rates, dairy futures sink, China growth sags, QSBO rises, tourism strong, swaps lower, NZD lower
19th Jan 16, 3:59pm
19th Jan 16, 2:45pm
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Dave Grimmond says it's time to change the way GST is applied to exports and imports, to give service exporting industries like tourism and education fair treatment
Dave Grimmond says it's time to change the way GST is applied to exports and imports, to give service exporting industries like tourism and education fair treatment
19th Jan 16, 2:45pm

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