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7th May 15, 8:13am
Rate yields in volatile moves with NZ 2-10 curve up to +51 bps. US and AU payroll data will drive next changes
Rate yields in volatile moves with NZ 2-10 curve up to +51 bps. US and AU payroll data will drive next changes
7th May 15, 8:13am
7th May 15, 7:29am
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Interest rates jump as bonds sold off; US jobs market slows; Greece pressure grows; Yellen warns; China services expand; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; oil up; NZ$1 = 75.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 78.1
Interest rates jump as bonds sold off; US jobs market slows; Greece pressure grows; Yellen warns; China services expand; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; oil up; NZ$1 = 75.1 US¢, TWI-5 = 78.1
7th May 15, 7:29am
7th May 15, 7:23am
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ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco predicts surging Auckland house prices may be reined in by immigrants discovering other parts of NZ
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco predicts surging Auckland house prices may be reined in by immigrants discovering other parts of NZ
7th May 15, 7:23am
6th May 15, 4:43pm
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If it believes its own words the Government should be prepared to take centralised control of Auckland housing development
If it believes its own words the Government should be prepared to take centralised control of Auckland housing development
6th May 15, 4:43pm
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6th May 15, 4:00pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; car buying surge, UFB skite, tax freedom, jobless rate unchanged, wholesale rates jerk steeper, NZD falls
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; car buying surge, UFB skite, tax freedom, jobless rate unchanged, wholesale rates jerk steeper, NZD falls
6th May 15, 4:00pm
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6th May 15, 3:44pm
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Median housing rents have fallen for two months in a row, with the biggest falls occurring in Auckland
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Median housing rents have fallen for two months in a row, with the biggest falls occurring in Auckland
6th May 15, 3:44pm
6th May 15, 2:13pm
Bracket creep helps push out the 2015 Tax Freedom Day to May 7, eleven days longer than in 2012
Bracket creep helps push out the 2015 Tax Freedom Day to May 7, eleven days longer than in 2012
6th May 15, 2:13pm
6th May 15, 1:02pm
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The Reserve Bank is rapidly running out of excuses for keeping official interest rates as high as they are
The Reserve Bank is rapidly running out of excuses for keeping official interest rates as high as they are
6th May 15, 1:02pm
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6th May 15, 11:01am
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NZ unemployment higher than expected at 5.8% in March quarter, unchanged from upwardly revised 5.8%; annual jobs growth strong at 3.2%; participation up to new record high 69.6%
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NZ unemployment higher than expected at 5.8% in March quarter, unchanged from upwardly revised 5.8%; annual jobs growth strong at 3.2%; participation up to new record high 69.6%
6th May 15, 11:01am
6th May 15, 10:34am
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Economists further trim milk price expectations as global dairy prices continue to slump
Economists further trim milk price expectations as global dairy prices continue to slump
6th May 15, 10:34am
6th May 15, 9:55am
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Andrew Bruce says the tax advantages of property investment may be more fiction than fact
Andrew Bruce says the tax advantages of property investment may be more fiction than fact
6th May 15, 9:55am
6th May 15, 9:49am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Further falls at auction reflects plentiful global milk supplies
The Weekly Dairy Report: Further falls at auction reflects plentiful global milk supplies
6th May 15, 9:49am
6th May 15, 9:44am
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Insurers turn from reinsurers to customers & shareholders to plug holes in their post Christchurch earthquakes safety net
Insurers turn from reinsurers to customers & shareholders to plug holes in their post Christchurch earthquakes safety net
6th May 15, 9:44am
6th May 15, 8:42am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, May 6, 2015
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, May 6, 2015
6th May 15, 8:42am
6th May 15, 8:33am
The unexpectedly large US trade deficit may be down to special factors, but US Q1 growth likely stalled. Fed reaction awaited
The unexpectedly large US trade deficit may be down to special factors, but US Q1 growth likely stalled. Fed reaction awaited
6th May 15, 8:33am
6th May 15, 8:21am
Australia cuts but markets see much less need for further easing. Bond yields rise. Eyes on NZ employment data
Australia cuts but markets see much less need for further easing. Bond yields rise. Eyes on NZ employment data
6th May 15, 8:21am
6th May 15, 8:14am
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Gareth Morgan says urban 'sprawl' won't make life cheaper for Aucklanders
Gareth Morgan says urban 'sprawl' won't make life cheaper for Aucklanders
6th May 15, 8:14am
6th May 15, 7:29am
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US trade deficit blowout; dairy prices hit 6yr low; RBA cut confuses markets; Indonesia growth slows; EU growth picks up; UST 10yr yields rise again NZ$1 = 75.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 79.2
US trade deficit blowout; dairy prices hit 6yr low; RBA cut confuses markets; Indonesia growth slows; EU growth picks up; UST 10yr yields rise again NZ$1 = 75.7 US¢, TWI-5 = 79.2
6th May 15, 7:29am
5th May 15, 9:23pm
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Less than 4% of Harcourts' Auckland auctions sold for under $500,000
Less than 4% of Harcourts' Auckland auctions sold for under $500,000
5th May 15, 9:23pm
5th May 15, 5:29pm
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Westpac CEO David McLean happy to leave it to the RBNZ and government to rein in rampant Auckland house price inflation
Westpac CEO David McLean happy to leave it to the RBNZ and government to rein in rampant Auckland house price inflation
5th May 15, 5:29pm

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