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7th Jun 16, 7:14am
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Weak US jobs report clouds Fed views; Swiss reject UBI, India debate inflation-fighting costs; UST 10yr yield 1.73%; oil up and gold jumps; NZ$1 = 69.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.7
Weak US jobs report clouds Fed views; Swiss reject UBI, India debate inflation-fighting costs; UST 10yr yield 1.73%; oil up and gold jumps; NZ$1 = 69.3 US¢, TWI-5 = 72.7
7th Jun 16, 7:14am
6th Jun 16, 11:59am
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The world's first vote on a universal basic income beaten 3:1. It didn't win in any canton
The world's first vote on a universal basic income beaten 3:1. It didn't win in any canton
6th Jun 16, 11:59am
6th Jun 16, 7:32am
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To get serious about climate change we must recognise the role trade plays in enabling & exacerbating it, says Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy
To get serious about climate change we must recognise the role trade plays in enabling & exacerbating it, says Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy
6th Jun 16, 7:32am
6th Jun 16, 7:32am
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A one bedder at Albany goes for $348,000, two bedder in Titirangi fetches $760,000, partially done up cottage at Devonport sells for $1.595m
A one bedder at Albany goes for $348,000, two bedder in Titirangi fetches $760,000, partially done up cottage at Devonport sells for $1.595m
6th Jun 16, 7:32am
6th Jun 16, 7:31am
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The NZ Initiative's Roger Partridge makes the case for Auckland Council cashing up many of its risky commercial enterprises and investing in growth-supporting infrastructure
The NZ Initiative's Roger Partridge makes the case for Auckland Council cashing up many of its risky commercial enterprises and investing in growth-supporting infrastructure
6th Jun 16, 7:31am
5th Jun 16, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey argues Auckland's leaders need to aim more for growth per capita rather than just growth for the sake of it. The current low-to-no productivity growth model isn't working for most in the city and that's bad for New Zealand
Bernard Hickey argues Auckland's leaders need to aim more for growth per capita rather than just growth for the sake of it. The current low-to-no productivity growth model isn't working for most in the city and that's bad for New Zealand
5th Jun 16, 5:02am
4th Jun 16, 7:37pm
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Official Chinese media push into Australia with 'cooperation agreement'. Propaganda head also vists New Zealand
Official Chinese media push into Australia with 'cooperation agreement'. Propaganda head also vists New Zealand
4th Jun 16, 7:37pm
4th Jun 16, 11:28am
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Sharp fall in US hiring raises questions about a June Fed rate hike
Sharp fall in US hiring raises questions about a June Fed rate hike
4th Jun 16, 11:28am
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4th Jun 16, 9:28am
How clean are our banks' mortgage books? We have been contacted with local stories about the same issues bedevilling Aussie banks
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How clean are our banks' mortgage books? We have been contacted with local stories about the same issues bedevilling Aussie banks
4th Jun 16, 9:28am
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4th Jun 16, 8:38am
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Icon Sachs (whatever that is), Fennas Finance, a bank account at an ANZ Napier branch, a conspiracy theorist & a pyramid scheme
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Icon Sachs (whatever that is), Fennas Finance, a bank account at an ANZ Napier branch, a conspiracy theorist & a pyramid scheme
4th Jun 16, 8:38am
3rd Jun 16, 5:14pm
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ANZ tightens lending criteria for rental propery investors; lowers maximum LVR levels; stops lending to investors buying sections, apartments off the plan; removes combined collateral exemption for Auckland investors so no new loans above 70% LVR
ANZ tightens lending criteria for rental propery investors; lowers maximum LVR levels; stops lending to investors buying sections, apartments off the plan; removes combined collateral exemption for Auckland investors so no new loans above 70% LVR
3rd Jun 16, 5:14pm
3rd Jun 16, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; BNZ cuts saver rates, commodity prices hold, Crown accounts in surplus, real estate listings tight, building surge, swaps flatter, NZD holds
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; BNZ cuts saver rates, commodity prices hold, Crown accounts in surplus, real estate listings tight, building surge, swaps flatter, NZD holds
3rd Jun 16, 4:00pm
3rd Jun 16, 1:34pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: The Milk auction moves upward again but most agree it will be a long slow haul
The Weekly Dairy Report: The Milk auction moves upward again but most agree it will be a long slow haul
3rd Jun 16, 1:34pm
3rd Jun 16, 1:31pm
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The rush to satisfy the long-term pent-up demand for housing is seeing construction costs blow out for all new builds, accentuated by a natural focus on top-end, high-spec opportunities
The rush to satisfy the long-term pent-up demand for housing is seeing construction costs blow out for all new builds, accentuated by a natural focus on top-end, high-spec opportunities
3rd Jun 16, 1:31pm
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3rd Jun 16, 12:19pm
The Co-operative Bank lifts profit, increases rebates for member-customers and unveils $30 mln issue of debt securities
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The Co-operative Bank lifts profit, increases rebates for member-customers and unveils $30 mln issue of debt securities
3rd Jun 16, 12:19pm
3rd Jun 16, 10:46am
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Barfoot & Thompson's new listings and the number of sales both rose strongly in May but prices flattened
Barfoot & Thompson's new listings and the number of sales both rose strongly in May but prices flattened
3rd Jun 16, 10:46am
3rd Jun 16, 10:02am
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Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
3rd Jun 16, 10:02am
3rd Jun 16, 10:00am
One bedroom Auckland apartment sells for almost $12,000 a square metre, Colliers' sales achieve net yields of 6.39% to 7.1%
One bedroom Auckland apartment sells for almost $12,000 a square metre, Colliers' sales achieve net yields of 6.39% to 7.1%
3rd Jun 16, 10:00am
3rd Jun 16, 9:41am
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Economist Rodney Dickens says the boost from the OCR cut to the labour market means inflation will head into risk territory before the governor realises his mistake
Economist Rodney Dickens says the boost from the OCR cut to the labour market means inflation will head into risk territory before the governor realises his mistake
3rd Jun 16, 9:41am
3rd Jun 16, 9:01am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 3, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, June 3, 2016
3rd Jun 16, 9:01am

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