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25th Jan 16, 12:33pm
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Meaningful interest rate benefits are disappearing from more savings account products; some term deposit rates are trimmed as well
Meaningful interest rate benefits are disappearing from more savings account products; some term deposit rates are trimmed as well
25th Jan 16, 12:33pm
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25th Jan 16, 10:35am
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PM says report showing Auckland 4th least affordable in world reflects demand for Auckland as international city; Govt 'pulling all the levers it can'; first home buyers can still get on ladder; was just the same under Labour
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PM says report showing Auckland 4th least affordable in world reflects demand for Auckland as international city; Govt 'pulling all the levers it can'; first home buyers can still get on ladder; was just the same under Labour
25th Jan 16, 10:35am
25th Jan 16, 9:24am
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NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka asks how teacher performance incentives can be better structured in order to drive student outcomes
NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka asks how teacher performance incentives can be better structured in order to drive student outcomes
25th Jan 16, 9:24am
25th Jan 16, 8:58am
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The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, January 25, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, January 25, 2016
25th Jan 16, 8:58am
25th Jan 16, 7:36am
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Markets rebound; factory data positive; Auckland 5th worst; China limits city growth, struggles with liquidity and currency; UST 10yr 2.06%; gold up; NZ$1 = 64.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.6
Markets rebound; factory data positive; Auckland 5th worst; China limits city growth, struggles with liquidity and currency; UST 10yr 2.06%; gold up; NZ$1 = 64.9 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.6
25th Jan 16, 7:36am
24th Jan 16, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey looks at an unsettling prediction that the new winner-takes-all economy of robots and algorithms may actually be a net destroyer of jobs
Bernard Hickey looks at an unsettling prediction that the new winner-takes-all economy of robots and algorithms may actually be a net destroyer of jobs
24th Jan 16, 5:02am
23rd Jan 16, 3:09pm
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The Reserve Bank explains what was behind its decision to seek reimbursement for costs associated with an OIA request from a journalist
The Reserve Bank explains what was behind its decision to seek reimbursement for costs associated with an OIA request from a journalist
23rd Jan 16, 3:09pm
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
Saatchi & Saatchi's Ian Hulme joining BNZ in the new role of head of digital marketing
Saatchi & Saatchi's Ian Hulme joining BNZ in the new role of head of digital marketing
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
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Our comprehensive review of Conservative KiwiSaver fund performance to December 31 2015, identifying who has the best long-term returns
Our comprehensive review of Conservative KiwiSaver fund performance to December 31 2015, identifying who has the best long-term returns
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
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Colliers' latest sales ranged from a small shop with a flat above it to large industrial buildings - yields within 6-8% range
Colliers' latest sales ranged from a small shop with a flat above it to large industrial buildings - yields within 6-8% range
23rd Jan 16, 5:02am
22nd Jan 16, 8:58pm
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Pollsters Roy Morgan says the Labour/Greens opposition eat into National's lead in New Year. But also claim the TPP signing ceremony set for Auckland in two weeks is a coup for PM John Key
Pollsters Roy Morgan says the Labour/Greens opposition eat into National's lead in New Year. But also claim the TPP signing ceremony set for Auckland in two weeks is a coup for PM John Key
22nd Jan 16, 8:58pm
22nd Jan 16, 4:00pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; new home loan special, higher UDC rate, more switching, less social housing, swap rates up, NZD up
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; new home loan special, higher UDC rate, more switching, less social housing, swap rates up, NZD up
22nd Jan 16, 4:00pm
22nd Jan 16, 2:17pm
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Dairy farm prices dropped 10.8% last year but sales of lifestyle properties boomed
Dairy farm prices dropped 10.8% last year but sales of lifestyle properties boomed
22nd Jan 16, 2:17pm
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22nd Jan 16, 12:21pm
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Reductions to fixed mortgage rates keep coming as banks vie for attention in a competitive market
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Reductions to fixed mortgage rates keep coming as banks vie for attention in a competitive market
22nd Jan 16, 12:21pm
22nd Jan 16, 10:16am
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Shamubeel Eaqub on whether gold is really a defensive asset, 2008 reprised, economic forecasting, oil, inflation, China's GDP, Davos & more
Shamubeel Eaqub on whether gold is really a defensive asset, 2008 reprised, economic forecasting, oil, inflation, China's GDP, Davos & more
22nd Jan 16, 10:16am
22nd Jan 16, 8:26am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, January 22, 2016
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, January 22, 2016
22nd Jan 16, 8:26am
22nd Jan 16, 8:13am
ECB's Draghi says there are no limits to achieving price stability; oil price rebounds strongly from oversold territory; NZD up over 1% against USD & 1.8% against Yen
ECB's Draghi says there are no limits to achieving price stability; oil price rebounds strongly from oversold territory; NZD up over 1% against USD & 1.8% against Yen
22nd Jan 16, 8:13am
22nd Jan 16, 8:11am
Eyes now on RBNZ's Thursday OCR review tone. Will it hold its December line, or exhibit some nervousness?
Eyes now on RBNZ's Thursday OCR review tone. Will it hold its December line, or exhibit some nervousness?
22nd Jan 16, 8:11am
22nd Jan 16, 8:06am
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Oil springs out of 12-year low; ECB indicates intentions to further ease monetary policy in March; weak manufacturing and employment data out of US; UST 10yr 2.01%; gold down; NZ$1 = 65.0 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.8
Oil springs out of 12-year low; ECB indicates intentions to further ease monetary policy in March; weak manufacturing and employment data out of US; UST 10yr 2.01%; gold down; NZ$1 = 65.0 US¢, TWI-5 = 70.8
22nd Jan 16, 8:06am
22nd Jan 16, 12:02am
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Parents of children born this year expected to pay up to $327k for private schooling; ipad and laptop requirements bump up cost of 'free education'
Parents of children born this year expected to pay up to $327k for private schooling; ipad and laptop requirements bump up cost of 'free education'
22nd Jan 16, 12:02am

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